The Roman historiography has focused on the presence of nobiles viri, in which stand out important figures of merchants; in this paper is meant to deepen an area little explored and that is the relationship between political stability and economic success of the merchant elites, theme of different disciplines that has never had adequate depth in the case of Rome. We now need to move on from synthesis of the economy of the city of Rome in the 15th century, that this would be done in two stages: the areas of investment and in section 3 they present new documents that allow you to highlight the strategies implemented by the Roman citizens to maintain the privileges attached to those who enjoyed 'economic citizenship', i.e. Mercatores Romanam Curiam Sequentes.
|Titolo:||Economic Power in Rome. The Role of the city’s elite families (the 1400-1500 period)|
|Data di pubblicazione:||2016|
|Appartiene alla tipologia:||01a Articolo in rivista|