228 Reviews as a driving force of economic change. Similarly, Bolton suggests not only the supply of money, but the development of economic systems and infrastructure including a credit market, and his book is especially valuable for using records of credit and debt for measuring and pinpointing economic stresses and for showing relationships between a town and its hinterland, or a town and a wider national level of economic activity. With Money in the Medieval English Economy we are presented with an important reappraisal of the significance of the supply of money in several centuries of English economic activity, which does not attempt to draw too long a bow. Marcus K. Harmes University of Southern Queensland Botana, Federico, The Works of Mercy in Italian Medieval Art (c. 1050 c. 1400) (Medieval Church Studies, 20), Turnhout, Brepols, 2012; hardback; pp. xl, 256; 110 b/w, 12 colour illustrations; R.R.P. 110.00; ISBN 9782503536231. This book, like Tom Nichols's The Art of Poverty: Irony and Ideal in SixteenthCentury Beggar Imagery (Manchester, 2007), makes useful contributions to art history and to the history of poverty and poor relief. In particular, The Works of Mercy in Italian Medieval Art fills a neglected gap in
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