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Ships and Trade: The Role of Public Navigation in Renaissance Venice

  • Stefania Montemezzo

The paper aims at understanding the role that public navigation played for the Venetian merchant firms in the Renaissance. Thanks to the use of accountability, two case studies will be analysed to understand the involvement of private traders in the State galley system and their impact on the operations of the city’s business in the late 15th century.

  • Keywords:
  • economic history,
  • venice,
  • commercial networks,
  • 15th century,
  • international trade,
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Stefania Montemezzo

Aalto University, Finland - ORCID: 0000-0001-9287-1564

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  • Publication Year: 2019
  • Pages: 473-484
  • Content License: CC BY 4.0
  • © 2019 Author(s)

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Chapter Information

Chapter Title

Ships and Trade: The Role of Public Navigation in Renaissance Venice

Authors

Stefania Montemezzo

DOI

10.36253/978-88-6453-857-0.24

Peer Reviewed

Publication Year

2019

Copyright Information

© 2019 Author(s)

Content License

CC BY 4.0

Metadata License

CC0 1.0

Table of Contents

Book Title

Reti marittime come fattori dell’integrazione europea / Maritime Networks as a Factor in European Integration

Editors

Giampiero Nigro

Peer Reviewed

Number of Pages

592

Publication Year

2019

Copyright Information

© 2019 Author(s)

Content License

CC BY 4.0

Metadata License

CC0 1.0

Publisher Name

Firenze University Press

DOI

10.36253/978-88-6453-856-3

ISBN Print

978-88-6453-856-3

eISBN (pdf)

978-88-6453-857-0

eISBN (xml)

978-88-9273-037-3

Series Title

Atti delle «Settimane di Studi» e altri Convegni

Series Issn ISSN

2704-6354

Series E-Issn

2704-5668

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