El mercado de la tierra en la Francia preindustrial (siglo XVII-inicios del siglo XIX)

January 2007
Signos Hist�ricos;ene-jun2007, Issue 17, p138
Academic Journal
The issue of the land market permits to grasp the flows and refluxes of the rural property. It also helps to the historians to understand, among others themes, the strategies used by the families with the purpose to manage their patrimony and to participate in the land market. Moreover, this subject permits to understand the collective, family, and individual logic, to know the hierarchies, the alliances and the conflicts inside the social space.


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