La Prusse orientale dans le commerce baltique au XVIe siècle
AbstractUntil the middle of the Sixteenth Century, Königsberg remained in Danzig’s sphere of influence, both cities being complementary, despite the political partition since 1466. The duchy’s main town established itself later as the opening of productions from its Prussian and Lithuanian hinterland and partly from its Russian and Livonian one. Sharing trades allowed prosperity. The Western demand for grain, naval stores and raw material for textile industries stimulated the Baltic trade.
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