ECONOMIC ASPECTS OF THE CITY OF PRIZREN XIII – XV CENTURY
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Prizren, “Via de Zenta”, Monastery of Saints Mihail and Gabriel in Prizren, Hilandar Monastery, States Archives of Dubrovnik, Honey, Wax, Silk, Mining, Nicho de Baraba, Marthol de Sorgo, Bogdan Chirisma de Prisreno, Grand Council of Ragusa, Nemanjid Uroshin V, Marin de Bona, Giovani de Gondola and Giue de Cerva Ottomans, Pristina, Diplom of Saints Micheal and Gabriel (1348), Trepca, Novoberdo, Manastery of Decani, Paulus de Martinusso, Assembly of Raguziana. Prizren, “Via de Zenta”, Monastery of Saints Mihail and Gabriel in Prizren, Hilandar Monastery, States Archives of Dubrovnik, Honey, Wax, Silk, Mining, Nicho de Baraba, Marthol de Sorgo, Bogdan Chirisma de Prisreno, Grand Council of Ragusa, Nemanjid Uroshin V, Marin de Bona, Giovani de Gondola and Giue de Cerva Ottomans, Pristina, Diplom of Saints Micheal and Gabriel (1348), Trepca, Novoberdo, Manastery of Decani, Paulus de Martinusso, Assembly of Raguziana.

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MUHADRI, B. (2020). ECONOMIC ASPECTS OF THE CITY OF PRIZREN XIII – XV CENTURY. JOURNAL OF AWARENESS, 5(2), 147-158. https://doi.org/10.26809/joa.5.012

Abstract

Prizren during the c. XIII-XV was a developed economic center. This development was made possible thanks to several factors: Prizren was an important center of medieval roads for the region; In Prizren, the Ragusan consulate (1332) was opened as a requirement for the development of more successful business activities. Thus Prizren in the 13th-15th century was a city of traders and trade exchanges. Traders in defense of their own interests created their own associations, such as shoemakers in Prizren. Commercial products came from the most developed countries, such as Venice, Naples, Ragusa, Constantinople etc. Traders operating in Prizren, besides importing economic products, they also exported numerous products such as cereals, barley, fern, silk, honey, etc; As well as mining products such as: lead, zinc, and gold-plated silver, known as silver (galam). The sources speak for a large number of traders, as well as for large monetary circulation through the form of lending and debiting. Among many foreign merchants, there were also distinguished prizrenas merchants, who either come as debtors or creditors, where Bogdan Chirisma.

In the 13th-15th centuries, besides trade developments, in Prizren and the surrounding area, agricultural and livestock activities have also been successfully developed. This development is evidenced by numerous sources such as: The Monastery of St Archangel 1348, which included 93 villages; Deçan Monastery Charter 1335. From the development of agriculture, the sources speak of successful aspects of viticulture, grain, barley, flax. The sources also speak for beekeeping, silkworm, etc.

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