Las salinas del mediodía alicantino a fines de la Edad Media

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dc.contributor.authorHinojosa Montalvo, José-
dc.identifier.citationHINOJOSA MONTALVO, José. "Las salinas del mediodía alicantino a fines de la Edad Media". Investigaciones geográficas. 1993, nº 11, pp. 279-292en
dc.description.abstractValencian salt, which during the Middle Ages was considered a royal prerogative, was principally found in the salt flats along the southern cost of Alicante, especially in the area known as La Mata. The leasing of the rights to exploit these flats was an important source of income for the Bailia of Orihuela, and the Santangel family was one of the most important leaseholders. The exportation of Valencian salt to Italian ports was clearly monopolized by the Genoese.en
dc.publisherUniversidad de Alicante. Instituto Universitario de Geografíaen
dc.relation.ispartofInvestigaciones geográficas, nº 11, 1993; pp. 279-292en
dc.rightsEste artículo ha sido digitalizado por la Biblioteca Virtual Miguel de Cervantes (
dc.subjectLa Mataen
dc.subjectAlicante (Provincia)en
dc.subjectEdad Mediaen
dc.titleLas salinas del mediodía alicantino a fines de la Edad Mediaen
Appears in Collections:Revistas - Investigaciones Geográficas - Nº 11 (1993)
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