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Selected documents from Genoese archives by Christoph Cluse — last modified 2007-09-20 15:39
This section offers 17 documents dating between the late-twelfth and mid-fifteenth centuries, mostly transcribed from the notarial registers of Genoa. The documents were transcribed by Christoph Cluse. They are available in PDF format and may be used for teaching and research.
Documents from Palermo by Christoph Cluse — last modified 2007-09-18 13:22
From the registers of the notary Bartolomeo de Alamanna.
Selected documents by the Pisan notary Giuliano di Collino by Christoph Cluse — last modified 2007-09-18 14:40
Transcriptions from the registers of Giuliano di Collino degli Scarsi in the Archivio di Stato at Florence. The 67 documents date from the period between 1390 and 1420. The documents were transcribed by Christoph Cluse. They are available in PDF format and may be used for teaching and research.
from Al-‘Umārī’s description of the Golden Horde by Christoph Cluse — last modified 2007-09-20 15:41
Klaus Lech, Al-‘Umarī’s Bericht über die Reiche der Mongolen in seinem Werk Masālik al-absār fī mamālik al-amsār, Asiatische Forschungen, 22 (Wiesbaden, 1968), pp. 69–70, 72–3 (German trans., pp. 137–8, 140–1). The English translation is ours (RA & CC).
1317 - Accusations against Segurano Salvaygo and other Genoese merchants by Christoph Cluse — last modified 2007-09-20 15:47
Gulielmus Adae, ‘De modo Sarracenos extirpandi’, in: Recueil des Historiens des Croisades: Documents Arméniens, vol. 2 (Paris, 1906), pp. 525–6, 531; cf. Benjamin Z. Kedar, ‘Segurano-Sakrān Salvaygo: Un mercante genovese al servizio dei Sultani Mamalucchi, c. 1303–1322’, in Fatti e idee di storia economica nei secoli XII–XX, ed. by Franco Borlandi (Bologna, 1977), pp. 75–91. The translation is mine (CC).
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