VENETIAN MERCHANTS IN THE LOWER DANUBE AREA AND THEIR ROLE IN THE DEVELOPMENT OF THE INTERNATIONAL TRADE EXCHANGES IN THE SEVENTEENTH CENTURY
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This paper is focuses on a topic which is very important for the better knowledge of the social and political evolution of the South-Eastern European area. The role of the Venetians, and also of the Greek, Armenian and Macedoromanian merchants, subject of the Venice Republic, was very important in Eastern Europe not only from an economic perspective, but also in what concerns the establishment and financial support given to confessional and secular schools, to publication of books in their national languages and to efforts at manufacturing and preserving their collective identity.
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