An Island for Itself: Economic Development and Social Change by Stephan R. Epstein

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103-9v (1496). Figures in K. J. Beloch, Bevolkerungsgeschichte Italiens, I. Grundlagen. Die Bevolkerung Siziliens und des Konigreichs Neapel, pp. 153-4. The total adds up to 25,464km2, 30km2 more than what is now considered the correct figure. Regional differentiation 33 distinct social and economic sub-regions; differences between them were well established by the late thirteenth century, and were reflected in patterns of agricultural production and in urban structures, as we shall see in chapters 3 and 4.

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