Contents: Cover -- Title Page -- Copyright Page -- Table of Contents -- Acknowledgements -- List of illustrations -- List of maps -- List of figures and tables -- List of abbreviations -- Note on dates, names, and currency -- Introduction -- A reversal of fortunes -- The decline of Venice and the rise of Amsterdam -- Merchant communities -- Approach and sources -- Chapter One -- Venice -- Entering the city -- The inhabitants of Venice -- The Venetian state -- Declining Venetian commerce -- Immigrant traders in Venice: Germans, Ottomans, and Jews -- Chapter Two -- Unlocking the Venetian market: changing trade relations in the 1590s -- Early trade relations between Venice and the Low Countries -- In desperate need of cereals -- Importing Baltic grain into Venice -- Chapter Three -- Combining the new with the old: Netherlandish-Venetian trade aft er the 1590s -- The case of Cornelis Jansen -- Expanding commercial contacts -- Amsterdam-Mediterranean trade in 16468211;1647 -- Continuing overland trade -- Chapter Four -- The community of Netherlandish merchants in Venice -- The number of Netherlandish merchants in Venice -- The provenance of the Netherlandish merchants -- Forging family ties, economic partnerships, and bonds of friendship -- Religious differences? You consent to this by clicking on Accept. General contact details of provider:. In this project I ask how hidden forms of Venetian popular protest can be uncovered. But by the end of the sixteenth century, Venice was declining. Tussen Noord-Afrika en de Republiek: Nederlandse bekeerlingen tot de islam in de zeventiende eeuw. Their influence was so strong that some married into the patrician class, which had been reserved to a few native families for over three hundred years. They quickly became the most important group of foreign merchants in the city at a time of rapid economic changes.
Creativity and the City 1600-2000: An E-Humanities Perspective, Amsterdam. Her other research interests include the connections between the worlds of early modern commerce and politics, and the practice and theory of cross-confessional diplomacy in Europe and the Mediterranean. Check below whether another version of this item is available online. Currently she is working on popular politics and social unrest in early modern Venice. She then charts the rise of the Low Country enclave in Venice and how the merchants used family and business connections to create an international network. The Netherlandish merchants in Venice, as part of an extensive international trading network, were ideally placed to connect Mediterranean and Atlantic commerce.
The Netherlandish merchants negotiated favorable concessions in tariffs and exemption from restrictions in living arrangements. Tijdschrift voor Geschiedenis, 131 1 , 73-94. Jaarboek Maritieme Musea Nederland; No. Corrections All material on this site has been provided by the respective publishers and authors. For technical questions regarding this item, or to correct its authors, title, abstract, bibliographic or download information, contact: Wiley Content Delivery. To find whether it is available, there are three options: 1.
It examines the merchants commercial activities, their social and communal relations, as well as their interaction with the Venetian state, which was accustomed to protect its ow Trading Places is winner of the triennial Historical Research Award of Italy Studies 2012. This book deals with the Netherlandish merchant community in sixteenth- and seventeenth-century Venice. Graffiti van de oudheid tot heden. This book deals with the Netherlandish merchant community in sixteenth- and seventeenth-century Venice. They quickly became the most important group of foreign merchants in the city at a time of rapid economic changes.
At home in early modern Venice - Finding a home - A wealthy lifestyle - Venetian relations - Entering the Venetian patriciate Conclusion Bibliography Index Readership. She studied history at the University of Amsterdam and Università Ca' Foscari di Venezia. Recent studies for other regions and other periods show that we should not mistake the absence of successful rebellion for an absence of political protest. Trading places: the Netherlandish merchant community in early modern Venice. She treats the decline of Venetian influence and the rise of Antwerp and Amsterdam, giving background on the political and economic situation in Venice.
Journal of Early Modern History, 19 2-3 , 93-105. Trading places; the Netherlandish merchants in early modern Venice. The E-mail message field is required. Studies in medieval and reformation traditions; No. In 2013 I was Queen Wilhelmina Visiting Professor at Columbia University as well as Research Fellow at the Italian Academy of Advanced Studies in America New York.
Publicaties van de Vlaams-Nederlandse Vereniging voor Nieuwe Geschiedenis; No. Thuis in vroegmodern Venetië: woningen en levensstijl van de Nederlandse kooplieden in de Serenissima. Studies in global social history; No. It examines the merchants commercial activities, their social and communal relations, as well as their interaction with the Venetian state, which was accustomed to protect its own trade. Incontri: rivista europea di studi italiani, 21 2 , 161-173.
Individual and collective strategies - Becoming Venetian citizens - Petitions and privileges - Banquets and charity - Ambassadors and consuls Chapter 6. Maartje van Gelder is Lecturer in Early Modern History at the University of Amsterdam. Acquiring artistic expertise: the agent Daniel Nijs and his contacts with artists in Venice. Its ruling elite remained in power for a thousand years, until 1797. The Venetian Republic has long fascinated historians as the epitome of political stability: other pre-modern states went through cycles of revolts, while Venice seemed immune to class struggles. That year I also spent a semester in London as Honorary Research Fellow at Birkbeck.
Download full text from publisher To our knowledge, this item is not available for download. In liefde en werk met de Lage Landen verbonden: de Genuese koopman en literator Girolamo Conestaggio ca. Unlocking the Venetian market: changing trade relations in the 1590s - Early trade relations between Venice and the Low Countries - In desperate need of cereals - Importing Baltic grain into Venice Chapter 3. Trading Places is winner of the triennial Historical Research Award of Italy Studies 2012. Publicaties van de Vlaams-Nederlandse Vereniging voor Nieuwe Geschiedenis; No. Graffiti in Venetië: Teksten, tekeningen en posters in een vroegmoderne Italiaanse stad.