By David Nicholas, Bernard S. Bachrach, James M. Murray
This paintings includes a component of appreciations of Bryce Lyon from the 3 editors, R. C. Van Caenegem, and Walter Prevenier, by means of 3 sections at the significant components on which Lyon's learn targeted: the legacy of Henri Pirenne, constitutional and felony background of britain and the Continent, and the industrial historical past of the Low international locations.
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107 108 42 Bernard S. Bachrach explanation can be fashioned. We also find the construction of massive numbers of churches and large numbers of monasteries, which are indices of an increasing population in need of religious support, if not of an increasing population in general. These investments in building are indicators of surpluses in both manpower and material resources. 112 Conclusion Present research, both archaeological information not available to Pirenne and Dopsch as well as a more critical evaluation of the narrative sources, has lent support to the view that the barbarian invasions did not destroy the later Roman economy in Gaul.
187–91. 29 Rouche, “Grégoire,” pp. 41–57. 30 Grierson, “Commerce,” p. 129. 31 Peytremann, Archéologie, 1:13; Davis and McCormick, “Early Middle Ages,” p. 5. 25 26 Continuity in Late Antique Gaul 31 publication, no statistical information has been unearthed to demonstrate the downward direction of the demographic curve in late antique Gaul. As WardPerkins recently put it, “The archaeological evidence available at present . . 35 The problems associated with sustaining negative conclusions regarding the maintenance of urban population levels are only rooted in part in an insufficiency of excavation.
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