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Besides retail shops, warehouses and workshops were also widespread. As Peter Stabel effectively explains, “[T]he shop offered a combination of private (house), semi-private (shop and workshop) and public space (the street and the display outside the house). ”101 Most of the people residing in the center were well-off master craftsmen or small merchants, mainly employed in the textile sector, 22 Spa n i s h M i l a n particularly in the production of silk and gold cloths, in large workshops with large number of apprentices.
Stefano in Borgogna, from 25 to 50 percent of the heads of household were employed in the wool and silk manufactures. North of the Duomo resided another remarkable textile settlement: the large group of the wool shearers lived in the homonymous street in the parishes of St. Salvatore in Xenodochio and St. Protaso ad Monacos. In this last parish, there were 13 households with shops in 1560, while in 1576 in St. 123 In the same area, one of the liveliest commercial areas in the city, resided most of the Milanese printers and booksellers.
Michele al Gallo, St. Mattia alla Moneta, St. Maria Beltrade, and St. Satiro, more than 25 percent of the families were employed in the sector; half the 24 Spa n i s h M i l a n population of St. 119 The crisis of the urban economy and the weakening of the guilds after the plague of 1630 had a strong impact on this rigid organization of the professional settlements. ”121 At the end of the seventeenth century in the area around St. 122 Besides a few important merchant families, primarily artisans resided in the area to the east of the Duomo, behind the so-called Camposanto, where the construction yard of the cathedral was located.