jlueke Posted November 24, 2006 Report Share Posted November 24, 2006 Does anyone have any ideas on some good reading material about coinage in the middle ages. Specifically the post Carolingian, pre-Reformation period in Germany (say 1000-1500). During this time there were imperial mints in a place like Dortmund and Soest while nearby there would be ecclesiatical issues from Cologne and Paderborn. Did the average trader, merchant, innkeep, and soldier see primarily one kind of money or both? What did the bishops spend their money on? Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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