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Book Marco Spallanzani (2023)
I fiorentini e il vetro veneziano (ca. 1450-1550). Fonti. (/isis/citation/CBB428429611/) unapi

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La ricchezza della natura: risorse forestali e scambi nelle Alpi orientali della prima età moderna. In: Il bosco: Biodiversità, diritti e culture dal medioevo al nostro tempo (pp. 55-72). (/isis/citation/CBB210134623/) unapi

Book Margherita Ferri (2022)
Il vetro nell'alto Adriatico fra V e XV secolo. (/isis/citation/CBB443308249/) unapi

Chapter Margherita Tirelli (2022)
From Altinom to Altinum: the first international port in the Venice Lagoon. In: Crossing the Water: The Venice Lagoon from Antiquity throughout the centuries (pp. 107-124). (/isis/citation/CBB035666231/) unapi

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Il bosco: Biodiversità, diritti e culture dal medioevo al nostro tempo. (/isis/citation/CBB708100664/) unapi

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Market Maoists: the communist origins of China's capitalist ascent. (/isis/citation/CBB334610652/) unapi

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Science City: Craft, Commerce and Curiosity in London 1550-1800. (/isis/citation/CBB098699080/) unapi

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Port of Trade or Commodity Market? Livorno and Cross-Cultural Trade in the Early Modern Mediterranean. Business History Review (pp. 201-228). (/isis/citation/CBB846477597/) unapi

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I primi fornitori delle farmacie dopo l’Unità (1870-1873) da un libro mastro della farmacia Corvi. Atti e Memorie, Rivista di Storia della Farmacia (pp. 149-160). (/isis/citation/CBB819384234/) unapi

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What Historians of Medicine Can Learn from Historians of Capitalism. Bulletin of the History of Medicine (pp. 319-367). (/isis/citation/CBB162448791/) unapi

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The Logistics of the Republic of Letters: Mercantile Undercurrents of Early Modern Scholarly Knowledge Circulation. British Journal for the History of Science (pp. 351-369). (/isis/citation/CBB962693624/) unapi

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