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Arqueologia,agricultura aborigen antillana,por Ernesto e tabio,habana editorial de ciencias sociales,1989,primera edicion,caratulas originales,buen estado.monografia etnohistorica en los angeles cual se estudian los distintos sistemas de cultivo,mas evolucionados de l. a. denominada agricultura tropical.
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Where they survive, such as the defters of the Ottoman Empire, such documents are invaluable sources of information about speciﬁc communities, the rural economy, and a host of other historical and archaeological issues. But they are also material culture in their own right. The late tenth-century Marcian taxation treatise shows that when a taxpaying individual or institution such as a monastery or old people’s home managed to achieve a tax exemption, their line-entry was ‘entirely cut out by the roots and cast out of the register of parcels’ (quoted in Brand 1969: 51).
Greek mountain villages which managed to avoid being registered by Ottoman census takers were called agrapha, ‘unwritten’ (chapter 7; Clogg 1986: 21). At a much earlier period, the Late Bronze Age palaces of southern Greece equally relied on written records, with the contributions of various subject groups and individuals being recorded on clay tablets (Chadwick 1976: 15–33). Produce paid to the palace became embroiled in the complex machinery of writing-based bureaucracy, which at Pylos in the last year of the palace’s life was run by something like 40 literate ofﬁcials, judging by the numbers of handwriting styles.
R. Carr 2000), or when a period of social and stylistic transition creates a broad range of opportunities for individual choices and solutions ( Johnson 1989: 196–206). At the broadest scale, we will only understand social patterns and exceptions to them by investigating practices and human agency across the entire landscape. Landscape Landscape studies are currently hugely popular within archaeology. There is widespread agreement that this is an appropriate scale at which to investigate a broad range of archaeological issues such as social organization, rural economy and sacred space (Anschuetz et al.
Arqueología: agricultura aborigen antillana by ernesto e tabio