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Cross-trade skills and business strategies: personal itineraries between medicine and metallurgy in Middle Ages and early modern Europe

Cross-trade skills and business strategies: personal itineraries between medicine and metallurgy in Middle Ages and early modern Europe

By Liliane Hilaire-Pérez and Catherine Verna

XIV International Economic History Congress (2006)

Synopsis: Examines the notarial records in the Perpignan region in the fifteenth century, focusing on an apothecary named Urba Aygabella, who was involved with various mining ventures in the Arles region.  It then focuses on people from the early modern period.

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