Matheus Miller's Memoir: A Merchant's Life in the Seventeenth Century (Early Modern History)

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Matheus Miller's Memoir reconstructs the world and worldview of a Lutheran merchant from the city of Augsburg in the 17th century. This story of his experience is based on his memoir and associated documents which explores universal institutions of early modern Europe: patriarchy, hierarchy, honor, community, and confession. Though Miller lived through some of the great events of his age, he scarcely mentioned them; though he was raised in the standard values of his age, he understood and applied them idiosyncratically.

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Thomas Max Safley is Associate Professor of History at the University of Pennsylvania.

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"In Safley's skilled hands, Matheus's remarkable memoir enlivens our understanding of the experience of the German bourgeoisie..."--Gary K. Waite, Canadian Journal of History

“This well-written book presents an excellent picture of seventeenth-century life and one individual's "bourgeois values."” —History: Review of New Books

“...he shows a sensitive respect for the self-revealing honesty of this remarkable human document.” —Sixteenth Century Journal

...[Safley's] intelligent and sensitive rendering of the ambivalences and complexities in his merchant of Augsburg.
-American Historical Review

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