Mediterranean Historical Review

Mediterranean Historical Review encourages the study of issues whose significance transcends a particular area or period. It integrates various problems in the ancient, medieval, early modern and contemporary history of the Mediterranean basin. The aim of Mediterranean Historical Review is to publish articles which emphasize contacts, relations and influences within the Mediterranean context as well as questions of a comparative and comparable nature.

Two issues per year.

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Latest articles

Volume 29 (1)

Vagantibus Graeciae fabulis: the North African wanderings of Antaios and Herakles
vol. 29 (1): 1-28
Prisons and incarceration in fourteenth-century Venetian Crete
vol. 29 (1): 29-55
Identity and socio-economic mobility in Venetian Crete: the evolution of a citizen family (sixteenth century)
vol. 29 (1): 57-70
The making of the Gibraltar-Spain border: cholera, contraband, and spatial reordering, 1850–1873
vol. 29 (1): 71-88
The economies of Hellenistic societies, third to first centuries BC
vol. 29 (1): 89-92
Actes de Famagouste du notaire génois Lamberto di Sambuceto (décembre 1299–septembre 1300)
vol. 29 (1): 92-94
Liquid and multiple: individuals and identities in the thirteenth-century Aegean
vol. 29 (1): 94-97
Lords of the sea: a history of the Barbary corsairs
vol. 29 (1): 97-101
Précis d'un voyage en Barbarie
vol. 29 (1): 101-103
Renegade women: gender, identity, and boundaries in the early modern Mediterranean
vol. 29 (1): 103-105
Awaiting the end of the world in the 17th century: the Jewish Messiah and the Great Interpreter
vol. 29 (1): 106-109

Volume 28 (2)

Editorial Board
vol. 28 (2): ebi-ebi
Coinage as commodity and bullion in the western Mediterranean, ca. 550–100 BCE
vol. 28 (2): 105-127
The Mongol invasions and the Aegean world (1241–61)
vol. 28 (2): 129-139
Mallorcan merchants in the medieval Maghrib: mercantile strategies in the port of Hunayn in the mid-fourteenth century
vol. 28 (2): 141-165
The Grão-Turco and the Jews: translation to the West of two Oriental ‘powers’ (XVI–XVII centuries)
vol. 28 (2): 167-190
Giovanni di Niccolò Pappaffy: identities and philanthropies of an Ottoman Greek broker in Malta
vol. 28 (2): 191-224
How to defeat the Saracens. Guillelmus Ade, Tractatus quomodo Sarraceni sunt expugnandi
vol. 28 (2): 225-228
A kingdom of stargazers: astrology and authority in the late medieval Crown of Aragon
vol. 28 (2): 228-230
Trading conflicts: Venetian merchants and Mamluk officials in late medieval Alexandria
vol. 28 (2): 230-232