Frank G. Hirschmann has prepared a revised edition of his highly praised textbook on the medieval city. The cities are examined in their full diversity from economic, social, ecclesiastical, and architectural perspectives. A supplement presents trends and developments in research on urban history since the first edition; an updated bibliography completes the volume.
Frank G. Hirschmann, Universität Heidelberg
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