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From Dubrovnik (Ragusa) to Florence: Observations on the Recruiting of Domestic Servants in the Fifteenth Century

Paola Pinelli orcid id orcid.org/0000-0002-9112-3289 ; Ekonomski fakultet Sveučilišata u Firenci, Firenca, Italija


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As confirmed by fifteenth-century documentation, Giuliano Marcovaldi, a merchant from Prato established in Ragusa, along with some Florentine merchants, were involved in the trade of slaves, a special segment of the commerce relations between the Italian peninsula, Ragusa and the Balkan hinterland. The persons sold were mostly young women, many of Patarine or Orthodox faith, who were to become domestic servants. They were exported from the Balkans by Ragusan merchants, and sold to Italian traders in exchange for woollen cloth and food stuffs, especially wheat.

Ključne riječi

Dubrovnik, Florence, Italy, Balkans, servant, merchant, slave trade

Hrčak ID:

31889

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https://hrcak.srce.hr/31889

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