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x REGIONAL AND LOCAL MARKETS x x x 1 I am very grateful to acknowledge the generous support of the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee for granting me a sabbatical in 2003-4, and of the American Philosophical Society for a Sabbatical Fellowship in that year, which enabled me to undertake much of the

In: Money, Markets and Trade in Late Medieval Europe

housing has bet'n studied. \ "hat I seck is to people this theatrical backdrop. II Saint-~Iartin de Londres and Les l\latdles arc located to the north of l\1ontpellier, and Serignan lies near the mouth of the Orb south of Bt'ziers. Shignan was a port THE LOCAL MARKET ENVIRONMENT IN MONTPELLIER 49 on

In: The Art of the Deal

, 1955) (hereafter cited as DHILB), 27*, doc. 1, no. 51. BARCELONA: PRINTERS, BOOKSELLERS AND LOCAL MARKETS IN THE SIXTEENTH CENTURY Manuel Peña Díaz The Arrival of Printing, the Italian Network and the Emerging Catalan Market The presence of the German printer Enrique Botel in Barcelona on August 8

In: Print Culture and Peripheries in Early Modern Europe

: Bulzoni, 1998), 35–45. ADVERTISING OR FAMA? LOCAL MARKETS FOR SCHOOLBOOKS IN SIXTEENTH-CENTURY ITALY Paul F. Gehl1 It is usual to think of humanism as a movement with international ambi- tions and consequences. Scholars of early printing have typically set out to substantiate this view in studies of

In: Print Culture and Peripheries in Early Modern Europe
In: The Metamorphosis of a Medieval City
In: The Metamorphosis of a Medieval City

was significant. It became clear fairly rapidly that, in addition to selling British textbooks (largely), Bibles and the occasional Western bestseller, it would be necessary to create books for the local market if growth was to be sustained. I remember coming across piles of very ancient books in

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, a small town in eastern Anatolia (38° 55′ N., 28° 17′ E.) at an altitude of about 1,500 ft on the banks of the Kum Çay. The town, with a small local market, has now lost all importance but it was famous until the beginning of the 19th

in Encyclopaedia of Islam New Edition Online (EI-2 English)

export and the local market. Producers face strategic choice between (a) market outlets devoted to exports where quality attributes such as, size, sugar content, absence of external and internal damage are key determinants for the transaction and the business relationship, and (b) local markets

In: Tropical food chains
International Exchange in the Early Modern Book World presents new research on several aspects of the movement and exchange of books between countries, languages and confessions. It considers elements of the international book trade, the circulation and collection of texts, the practice of translation and the diffusion and exchange of technical and cultural knowledge. Commercial and logistical aspects of the early modern book trade are considered, as are the relationships between local markets and the internationally-minded firms which sought to meet their expectations. The barriers to the movement of books across borders – political, linguistic, confessional, cultural – are explored, as are the means by which these barriers were surmounted.