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Trade, diplomacy and cultural exchange: continuity and change in the North Sea area and the Baltic c. 1350-1750
Brand, H. (Ed.) (2005). Trade, diplomacy and cultural exchange: continuity and change in the North Sea area and the Baltic c. 1350-1750. Uitgeverij Verloren: Hilversum. ISBN 9065508813. 248 pp.
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Brand, H.; Müller, L. (Ed.) (2005). The dynamics of economic culture in the North Sea- and Baltic Region in the Late Middle Ages and Early Modern Period. Uitgeverij Verloren: Hilversum. ISBN 9789065508829. 253 pp., more

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  • Lesger, C.; Wijnroks, E. (2005). The spatial organization of trade. Antwerp merchants and the gateway Systems in the Baltic and the Low Countries c. 1550, in: Brand, H. (Ed.) Trade, diplomacy and cultural exchange: continuity and change in the North Sea area and the Baltic c. 1350-1750. pp. 15-35, more
  • de Jong, M. (2005). Dutch entrepreneurs in the Swedish Crown trade in copper and iron, 1580-1630, in: Brand, H. (Ed.) Trade, diplomacy and cultural exchange: continuity and change in the North Sea area and the Baltic c. 1350-1750. pp. 36-57, more
  • Müller, L. (2005). The Dutch entrepreneurial networks and Sweden in the Age of Greatness, in: Brand, H. (Ed.) Trade, diplomacy and cultural exchange: continuity and change in the North Sea area and the Baltic c. 1350-1750. pp. 58-74, more
  • Little, A.R. (2005). British seamen in the United Provinces during the seventeenth century Anglo-Dutch Wars: the Dutch navy - a preliminary survey, in: Brand, H. (Ed.) Trade, diplomacy and cultural exchange: continuity and change in the North Sea area and the Baltic c. 1350-1750. pp. 75-92, more
  • Weststrate, J. (2005). The organization of trade and transport on the Lower Rhine and Waal rivers around 1550, in: Brand, H. (Ed.) Trade, diplomacy and cultural exchange: continuity and change in the North Sea area and the Baltic c. 1350-1750. pp. 95-112, more
  • Brand, H. (2005). Habsburg diplomacy during the Holland-Wend War of 1510-1514, in: Brand, H. (Ed.) Trade, diplomacy and cultural exchange: continuity and change in the North Sea area and the Baltic c. 1350-1750. pp. 113-135, more
  • Burkhardt, M. (2005). Policy, business, privacy. Contacts made by the merchants of the Hanse Kontor in Bergen in the Late Middle Ages, in: Brand, H. (Ed.) Trade, diplomacy and cultural exchange: continuity and change in the North Sea area and the Baltic c. 1350-1750. pp. 136-151, more
  • Wubs-Mrozewicz, J. (2005). Hopped beer as an innovation. The Bergen Market around 1200-1600 in the European context, in: Brand, H. (Ed.) Trade, diplomacy and cultural exchange: continuity and change in the North Sea area and the Baltic c. 1350-1750. pp. 152-168, more
  • Robijn, V. (2005). Brothers in life and death. Religious and social aspects of the Kampen 'Schepenmemorie' (1311-c. 1580), in: Brand, H. (Ed.) Trade, diplomacy and cultural exchange: continuity and change in the North Sea area and the Baltic c. 1350-1750. pp. 171-185, more
  • Hendrikman, L. (2005). Portraits and politics. Evolution in the depiction of King Christian II of Denmark during his reign and exile (1513-1531), in: Brand, H. (Ed.) Trade, diplomacy and cultural exchange: continuity and change in the North Sea area and the Baltic c. 1350-1750. pp. 186-210, more
  • Van Koningsbrugge, J.S.A.M. (2005). Gustav III: tyrant or martyr?, in: Brand, H. (Ed.) Trade, diplomacy and cultural exchange: continuity and change in the North Sea area and the Baltic c. 1350-1750. pp. 211-219, more
  • Koopmans, J. W. (2005). Dutch censorship in relation to foreign contacts (1581-1795), in: Brand, H. (Ed.) Trade, diplomacy and cultural exchange: continuity and change in the North Sea area and the Baltic c. 1350-1750. pp. 220-237, more
  • Hasselblatt, C. (2005). Dutch, Low German and High German at the cradle of Estonian literature. Some aspects of cultural interaction between the Netherlands and Estonia in the Early Modern Period, in: Brand, H. (Ed.) Trade, diplomacy and cultural exchange: continuity and change in the North Sea area and the Baltic c. 1350-1750. pp. 238-244, more

Abstract
    Commercial relations between the North Sea area and the Baltic contributed in a fundamental way to Holland's economic dominance in the seventeenth century. They were embedded in a region where numerous expressions of a common culture facilitated the mobility of people and commodities or the spreading of tastes and ideas. The German Hansa played a very important role in this process, but also after its decline, economic contacts between the North Sea region and the Baltic continued and with them a prolonged process of cultural interaction. This volume describes the interconnections of the various aspects of the common economic culture in the region between ca. 1350 and 1750.

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