Hanseatic League (Northern European history) By Tim B. On 22 September 2019 In Other Related writing & researchNotes on Inside the Dark PyramidPlease add download button to MidjourneyPremium Internet?On the Origin of the BuorthEntity: Princeps Previous City of Lübeck (Hanseatic League – UNESCO) Next Zealandia (Prehistoric geography) 6 Comments Add Comment → Tim B. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TN5DseqmY6M 22 September 2019 Tim B. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hy-GaVxcYxU 22 September 2019 Tim B. See also: thalassocracy 22 September 2019 Tim B. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IxR1KFmyjZY 22 September 2019 Tim B. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hanseatic_League “Hanse, later spelled as Hansa, was the Old High German word for a convoy, and this word was applied to bands of merchants traveling between the Hanseatic cities – whether by land or by sea. “ 22 September 2019 Tim B. “Decisions and actions of the Hanseatic League were the consequence of a consensus-based procedure. If an issue arose, the league’s members were invited to participate in a central meeting, the Tagfahrt (“meeting ride”, sometimes also referred to as Hansetag, since 1358). The member communities then chose envoys (Ratssendeboten) to represent their local consensus on the issue at the Tagfahrt. Not every community sent an envoy; delegates were often entitled to represent a set of communities. Consensus-building on local and Tagfahrt levels followed the Low Saxon tradition of Einung, where consensus was defined as absence of protest: after a discussion, the proposals which gained sufficient support were dictated aloud to the scribe and passed as binding Rezess if the attendees did not object; those favouring alternative proposals unlikely to get sufficient support were obliged to remain silent during this procedure. If consensus could not be established on a certain issue, it was found instead in the appointment of a number of league members who were then empowered to work out a compromise.:70–72″ 22 September 2019 Leave a ReplyYou must be logged in to post a comment.