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In the fourteenth century the Old World witnessed a series of profound and abrupt changes in the trajectory of long-established historical trends. Transcontinental networks of exchange fractured and an era of economic contraction and demographic decline dawned from which Latin Christendom would not begin to emerge until its voyages of discovery at the end of the fifteenth century. In a major new study of this 'Great Transition', Bruce Campbell assesses the contributions of commercial recession, war, climate change, and eruption of the Black Death to a far-reaching reversal of fortunes from which no part of Eurasia was spared. The book synthesises a wealth of new historical, palaeo-ecological and biological evidence, including estimates of national income, reconstructions of past climates, and genetic analysis of DNA extracted from the teeth of plague victims, to provide a fresh account of the creation, collapse and realignment of Western Europe's late medieval commercial economy.

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'Promises to be the new bible in environmental history.'

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'Bruce M. S. Campbell’s latest book is grounded in prodigious reading from a wide range of disciplines, cutting across fields of agricultural, geographical, economic, social and church history, and into the latest findings in the genetics of Yersinia pestis and especially climate history.'

Samuel J. Cohn, Jr Source: The English Historical Review

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Contents

AHR

Agricultural History Review

BHM

Bulletin of the History of Medicine

C&C

Continuity and Change

EcHR

Economic History Review

EEH

Explorations in Economic History

EID

Emerging Infectious Diseases

EREH

European Review of Economic History

GRL

Geophysical Research Letters

IGBP

IGBP PAGES/World Data Center for Paleoclimatology Data Contribution Series, NOAA/NCDC Paleoclimatology Program, Boulder CO, USA

JEH

Journal of Economic History

JHG

Journal of Historical Geography

JIH

Journal of Interdisciplinary History

P&P

Past and Present

PNAS

Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America

QSR

Quaternary Science Reviews

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