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Michel Balard (2003)

Les Catalans dans l'Outre-Mer génois aux XIIIe-XIVe siècles

In: Els Catalans a la Mediterrània oriental a l'edat mitjana: Jornades Científiques de l'Institut d'Estudis Catalans, Secciò Històrico-arqueològica: Barcelona, 16 i 17 de novembre de 2000, ed. by Maria Teresa Ferrer i Mallol, pp. 103-111, Institut d'Estudis Catalans, Barcelona. Sèrie jornades científiques 11.

Catalan traders can be found in the Eastern Mediterranean since the 13th century, but they never had independent extraterritorialities like Genoa. They rather cooperated with the existent Italian colonies where possible.

Chios and Famagusta had important Catalan populations, but mentions of Catalans in the Black sea area are very rare. The main interest of Catalan traders seems to have been in the routes to Alexandria and Beirut via Rhodes, and in the Aegean sea.

Catalonia trade Mediterranean Levant 13th century 14th century
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