The Medieval City

“In this, the medieval city was more completely a commonwealth – a full communion and communication of social goods — than any society that has ever existed with the exception of the Greek polis, and it was superior even to the latter, inasmuch as it was not the society of a leisured class supported by a foundation of servile labor” (Christopher Dawson, Religion and the Rise of Western Culture, p. 173).

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