Description - Small Towns in Early Modern Europe by Peter Clark
Small towns comprised the great majority of urban settlements in pre-industrial Europe, but very little is known about them and their economic and social world. This is the first major work in English to give a pan-European perspective on the changing role of small towns from the fifteenth to the nineteenth centuries. Chapters by leading experts in the field look at small communities from the Hungarian Plain to western Ireland, from Sweden to Spain, and the general introduction provides a broad comparative perspective.
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Cambridge University Press
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