La transformation des villes au bas Moyen Âge entre valence et Pise

Abstract : The morphology of the cities considerably changes during the late Middle Age, with some last extensions, a consolidation and densification process, new important religious and public buildings, the evolution of the trading spaces, the appearance of urban fringes, in a context of growing technicity. Later, the epidemics and the Hundred Years war induce from the mid-Fourteenth century, because of the demographic collapse and of the building of new fortification walls, a cristallisation of the urbanised perimetres and the abandonment of the extra-muros quarters. This corresponds to a new differenciation phase between the cities.
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Gauthiez Bernard. La transformation des villes au bas Moyen Âge entre valence et Pise. Rodis, journal of medieval and post-medieval archaeology, Université de Girona (Espagne), 2019, ⟨10.33115/a/26046679/1_2⟩. ⟨hal-02070325⟩

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