Medieval and Early Modern Data Bank

Scholars and writers researching currency exchange and commodities prices will want to take a look at Rutgers University's Medieval and Early Modern Data Bank which has compiled commercial data primarily from northern Europe and Venice.

The data bases provide over 50,000 items taken from print publications published between the 13th and the 18th centuries and include analysis of grain prices and currency exchanges, and the effect that such issues as war had on these important indicators.