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Cave, Roy C., and Herbert H. Coulson, eds. A Source Book for Medieval Economic History. New York: Biblo and Tannen, 1965.

The Chronicle of Novgorod, 1016-1471. Translated by Robert Michell and Nevill Forbes. London: Offices of the Society, 1914.

Cleirac, Estine. The Ancient Sea-Laws of Oleron, Wisby, and the Hanse-Towns, Still in Force: Taken out of a French Book, Intitled, “Les Us & Coutumes de la Mer”, and Rendered into English for the Use of Navigation, trans. Guy Miege. London: J. Redmayne, 1686.

Dollinger, Phillippe. The German Hansa. Translated by D.S. Ault and S.H. Steinberg. Stanford: Stanford University Press, 1971.

Gade, John A. The Hanseatic Control of Norwegian Commerce During the Late Middle Ages. Leiden: E.J. Brill, 1951.

d’Haenens, Albert. Europe of the North Sea and the Baltic: The World of the Hanse. Antwerp: Fonds Mercator, 1984.

Hakluyt, Richard. The Principal Navigations, Voyages, Traffiques and Discoveries of the English Nation.

Helmold of Bosau. The Chronicle of the Slavs. Translated by Francis Tschan. New York: Columbia U. Press, 1935.

Muldoon, James. The Expansion of Europe: The First Phase. Philadelphia: U. of Pennsylvania Press, 1977.

Nash, Elizabeth G. The Hansa. London: John Lane, 1929. Reprint, New York: Barnes & Noble, 1995.

Sverrissaga: The Saga of King Sverri of Norway. Translated by J. Sephton. London: David Nutt, 1899.

Thatcher, Oliver, ed. A Source Book for Mediaeval History: Selected Documents Illustrating the History of Europe in the Middle Age. New York: Charles Scribner’s Sons, 1905.