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By Federico Chabod

L'Italia contemporanea (L'Italie contemporaine) e un'opera storiografica del 1950 dello storico e politico italiano Federico Chabod.

L'edizione originale dell'opera period un volumetto litografato in lingua francese intitolato L'Italie contemporaine e pubblicato a Parigi nel 1950. Esso raccoglieva le lezioni tenute da Chabod alla Sorbona nel gennaio di quello stesso anno. In seguito l'opera fu pubblicata in keeping with l. a. prima volta in lingua italiana a Torino, nel 1961.

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The web of different jurisdictions in the immediate vicinity complicated the conduct of trade in and out of the city. It also bred conflict both outside the walls, where the city sought to seize control over its countryside, and inside, where the presence of the feudal magnates who took up residence there exacerbated the conflict for political power during this formative period in the history of the commune. That history centers on two complementary themes, on the one hand the extension of the city’s jurisdiction over its countryside and on the other hand, the slow social and economic fusion within the city of magnate and merchant families to form the dominant political class.

Villa Basilica, above Pescia, was noted for its arms, and the fame of the arms makers in the mountains above Pistoia has survived in the word pistola. 5 The hills of Tuscany are rich in other mineral resources. None had the industrial potential of the iron from Elba, and most are found in relatively insignificant quantities, but some had at least temporary historical importance in the initial growth and development of the medieval economy of the region. One of the earliest codifications of laws regarding mining in medieval Europe was issued to regulate operations in the Sienese maremma in 1310.

Introduction: The Commercial Revolution 29 Florence’s commanding position in Tuscany by 1300, when it was much larger than any of the other cities in the region, was complemented by the decline of Siena and Pisa. The prominence of the Sienese on the international business scene had, in fact, lasted hardly longer than the two middle quarters of the thirteenth century. Whereas Lucca maintained its position as a major center for the production of silks and as the home of some of Europe’s principal merchant-bankers throughout the entire period covered in this book, Siena began to fade away toward the end of the thirteenth century.

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