Some reasons why an industrial revolution could not occur in Venice
|dc.description.abstract||Within the ancient ‘ghetto’ or iron-working area of Venice, Alan Macfarlane explains some of the reasons why, in the absence of iron ore and coal, the Venetians would have found it impossible to have an industrial revolution of the kind that developed in England.||en|
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|dc.title||Some reasons why an industrial revolution could not occur in Venice||en|
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