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Heirs Kin and Creditors in Renaissance Florence
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Heirs Kin and Creditors in Renaissance Florence
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All Wind and Pistol (Ancient Pistol Saga, #1) (...
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Through the perilous world of early Renaissance espionage strides the intrepid figure of Ancient Pistol, secret agent. Massively confident, never at a loss for an insult or anachronistic quotation from the Bard, Shakespeare's vainglorious soldier has been entrusted by John of Gaunt, Duke of Lancaster, with a cloak-and-dagger mission of the utmost delicacy, involving the fate of the mightiest in the land.Pistol would not be everyone's choice for such a task, being a loudmouthed, cowardly, drunken fathead. His efficiency is further impaired not only by the necessity to avoid his creditors, their lawyers, and the Army he has defrauded, but a tempestuous relationship with Doll Tearsheet - not to mention sundry other ladies - and the inept assistance of Sir John Falstaff.Yet whether brawling in the Boar's Head, discovered in flagrante by a murderous husband, or enduring the indignity of the stocks or the dunghill, Pistol is indestructible. Before the colossal ineptitude of his blundering, the Machiavellian schemes of the mighty crumble and fall. Battered, humiliated, disgraced but undefeated, Pistol triumphs in the end.Volume 1 of Pistol Sagas.Approx. 68,000 words

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All Wind and Pistol (Ancient Pistol Saga, #1) (...
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Through the perilous world of early Renaissance espionage strides the intrepid figure of Ancient Pistol, secret agent. Massively confident, never at a loss for an insult or anachronistic quotation from the Bard, Shakespeare's vainglorious soldier has been entrusted by John of Gaunt, Duke of Lancaster, with a cloak-and-dagger mission of the utmost delicacy, involving the fate of the mightiest in the land.Pistol would not be everyone's choice for such a task, being a loudmouthed, cowardly, drunken fathead. His efficiency is further impaired not only by the necessity to avoid his creditors, their lawyers, and the Army he has defrauded, but a tempestuous relationship with Doll Tearsheet - not to mention sundry other ladies - and the inept assistance of Sir John Falstaff.Yet whether brawling in the Boar's Head, discovered in flagrante by a murderous husband, or enduring the indignity of the stocks or the dunghill, Pistol is indestructible. Before the colossal ineptitude of his blundering, the Machiavellian schemes of the mighty crumble and fall. Battered, humiliated, disgraced but undefeated, Pistol triumphs in the end.Volume 1 of Pistol Sagas.Approx. 68,000 words

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Beggar Thy Neighbor: A History of Usury and Deb...
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The practice of charging interest on loans has been controversial since it was first mentioned in early recorded history. Lending is a powerful economic tool, vital to the development of society but it can also lead to disaster if left unregulated. Prohibitions against excessive interest, or usury, have been found in almost all societies since antiquity. Whether loans were made in kind or in cash, creditors often were accused of beggar-thy-neighbor exploitation when their lending terms put borrowers at risk of ruin. While the concept of usury reflects transcendent notions of fairness, its definition has varied over time and place: Roman law distinguished between simple and compound interest, the medieval church banned interest altogether, and even Adam Smith favored a ceiling on interest.In Beggar Thy Neighbor, financial historian Charles R. Geisst tracks the changing perceptions of usury and debt from the time of Cicero to the most recent financial crises. This comprehensive economic history looks at humanity's attempts to curb the abuse of debt while reaping the benefits of credit. It examines the major debt revolutions of the past, demonstrating that extensive leverage and debt were behind most financial market crashes from the Renaissance to the present day.The book is published by University of Pennsylvania Press. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Maxwell Zener. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/162531/bk_acx0_162531_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.

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Heirs Kin and Creditors in Renaissance Florence
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Heirs, Kin, and Creditors in Renaissance Florence
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The process of inheritance was one of the most important moments in social life of the past, but also one of the most difficult to study. This book exploits a previously unexamined source of inheritance practices in Renaissance Florence, the serial registry of repudiations of inheritance, in order to understand social life and law of this historically important European society.

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Heirs, Kin, and Creditors in Renaissance Florence
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The process of inheritance was one of the most important moments in social life of the past, but also one of the most difficult to study. This book exploits a previously unexamined source of inheritance practices in Renaissance Florence, the serial registry of repudiations of inheritance, in order to understand social life and law of this historically important European society.

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