Beverley and its Medieval Hanse Trade


The Hanse and Beverley Beverley Town Council (East Riding of Yorkshire) has been informed by the virtual International Hanse Day in Brilon/Germany, that its application for membership of the Modern Hanseatic League was successful. The announcement was made at the conference of delegates on 6th June 2020. Hull represents the English contingent of Hanse Towns –Continue reading “Beverley and its Medieval Hanse Trade”

Joseph Green and Robert Motherby – Hull Merchants and Kant’s Philosophy


This is an intriguing account about how Yorkshire’s medieval trade links with the Baltic created a lasting network, not only for businesses and trade, but also for cross-cultural cooperation.The story begins in former German city of Königsberg now called Kaliningrad and is part of the Russian Federation. Historical Summary The town was granted a charterContinue reading “Joseph Green and Robert Motherby – Hull Merchants and Kant’s Philosophy”

About Eva


Eva has lived in Beverley for forty years. She graduated from Münster University, Westphalia/Germany in medieval history. Now retired, her recent research has focussed on the economic, social and cultural history of Northern Europe. Engaging with all sectors of the local community was at the heart of Eva’s career in Adult Education and as localContinue reading “About Eva”