Early Economies Hub Data

*Data for working paper 69 – Immovable capital goods in medieval Muslim lands: why water-mills andbuilding cranes went missing
Authors: Bas van Bavel, Eltjo Buringh and Jessica Dijkman
Mills data excel sheet
appendix manuscripts

*Data for working paper 69 – Immovable capital goods in medieval Muslim lands: why water-mills andbuilding cranes went missing
Authors: Bas van Bavel, Eltjo Buringh and Jessica Dijkman
Mills data excel sheet
appendix manuscripts
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*Commodity prices in Babylon 385-61 BC
Source: Author: R.J. van der Spek
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*Prebend prices from first millennium BC Babylonia
Source: Reinhard Pirngruber and Caroline Waerzeggers, ‘…………’ . [Downloaded from http://www.cgeh.nl/early-economies-hub, part of clio-infra]
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* Incomes, prices, and economic welfare in the Ottoman Empire
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* Prices and wages in Roman history
– Source: Walter Scheidel, Real Wages in Early Economies: Evidence for Living Standards from 2000 BCE to 1300 CE, Princeton/Stanford Working Papers in Classics and the Social Science Research Network. [Accessed via http://www.cgeh.nl/early-economies-hub, part of clio-infra]
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*Prices and wages in several European, Asian, and African cities in the Byzantine World ± 300 – ± 1400
– Source: The Economic History of Byzantium. From the Seventh through the Fifteenth Century [Downloaded from http://www.cgeh.nl/early-economies-hub, part of clio-infra]
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