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Dark Age Economics Origins of Towns and Trade, A.D.600-1000 by Richard Hodges
  

Dark Age Economics Origins of Towns and Trade, A.D.600-1000

Part of the New approaches in archaeology Series

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Dark Age Economics Origins of Towns and Trade, A.D.600-1000 by Richard Hodges

Here Richard Hodges readdresses the issues he first tackled in 1982 in his original influential Dark Age Economics: the origins of towns and trade.

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An important scholarly book. -- The Times


About the Author

Richard Hodges is Director of the Institute of World Archaeology, School of World Art Studies, University of East Anglia, and Scientific Director of the Butrint Foundation. He is series editor of the Duckworth Debates in Archaeology series and author of many books, including Dark Age Economics, The Anglo-Saxon Achievement and Villa to Village.

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Book Info

Publication date

25th May 1989

Author

Richard Hodges

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Publisher

Bristol Classical Press an imprint of Bloomsbury Publishing PLC

Format

Paperback
240 pages

Categories

Anthropology
Prehistoric archaeology
General & world history
Ancient history: to c 500 CE
Social & cultural history

ISBN

9780715616666

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