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This section of the book Money, Markets and Trade in Late Medieval Europe: Essays in Honour of John H.A. Munro presents a preface written to the liber amicorum that is being offered to John H. A. Munro to mark his retirement. The preface provides a formal framework within which to record, in an informal fashion, the joys of many years of friendship. It serves as a vehicle to express the admiration for and appreciation of John Munro’s impressive academic oeuvre. The author's friendship with John Munro dates back to the beginning of the 1970s. The extension of the geographical horizon involved commercial development, a constant in John Munro’s oeuvre.

Keywords: John H. A. Munro; oeuvre



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