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Author Name    Latouche, Robert

Title   THE BIRTH OF WESTERN ECONOMY: Economic Aspects of the Dark Ages

Binding   Hardcover.

Book Condition   Former owner's address label to the front endpaper, mild age-toning to the endpapers, corner tips lightly bumped, very good in green cloth with gilt titles to the spine; in a lightly chipped and edge torn dust jacket with spine panel age-toning.

Edition   First edition, first printing in English. 341 pages; 12 b&w plate illustrations; fold-out map; bibliography; and index. Translated by E.M. Wilkinson

Publisher   London and New York: Barnes & Noble, Inc./Methuen, (1961).

Seller ID   55711.00

Octavo. A detailed study of the economic development of Western Europe during the pre-medieval dark ages with a focus on economic structure. Latouche also offers an account of the Vikings explorations and their opening of trade routes.

Vikings. Economics. World History.

Price = 15.00 USD



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