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Gold coins and luxury objects together play a prominent role in the presentation of Visigothic culture in museums as well as in discussions of the early medieval economy and political history of the Iberian Peninsula. Despite this, there is little consensus about the processes by which gold was...
Property structures, demographic patterns and political vicissitudes encouraged testators in the Visigothic kingdom to follow a wide range of testation strategies to bequeath their property. Testation law offered the propertied classes various possibilities for fine-tuning bequests to secure...
This contribution explores the economic roles of cities in the early medieval economy, through the presentation of a range of archaeological datasets that can all be linked to urban production and/or consumption. The individual classes of evidence each highlight aspects of economic exchange...
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