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Ports et trafics maritimes sur la côte murcienne au Moyen Age (milieu XIIIe-milieu XVIe siècle)

Abstract : The coastline of the kingdom of Murcia was during the Middle Ages a maritime boundary practically deserted and unsafe. Fishing was the main activity of these small coastal ports. It was not until the late fifteenth century to see these ports experience a real boom and the Kingdom of Murcia to be integrated in the circuits of the great European trade. Among them Cartagena, having languished for nearly two centuries, imposed itself undoubtedly as the most important of all the south coast of the Kingdom of Castile, the only commercial area which exceeded the regional framework and whose traffic was not confined to contribute to the supply of a nearby urban center, a necessary step on the route that connected northern Europe to Mediterranean.
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Denis Menjot. Ports et trafics maritimes sur la côte murcienne au Moyen Age (milieu XIIIe-milieu XVIe siècle). Les ports et la navigation en Méditerranée au Moyen Âge, Nov 2004, Lattes (Hérault), France. pp.201-212. ⟨halshs-00617393⟩

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