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What the Iberian Copper Age can tell us about peasant societies, and vice versa

AutorDíaz del Río, Pedro CSIC ORCID
Palabras clavePeasants
Political Economy
Ceremonial funds
Copper Age
Iberia
Fecha de publicación2020
EditorUniversidad del País Vasco
CitaciónQuirós Castillo, Juan Antonio (ed.): Archaeology and History of Peasantries 1 From the Late Prehistory to the Middle Ages, Universidad del País Vasco: 41-53 (2020)
ResumenThe organizer’s invitation to participate in the 2018 edition of Archeology and History of Peasantry seminars placed me face to face with the term ‘peasants’ years after I had abandoned it, mainly as a consequence of my uneasiness with the way it had been applied to the Late Prehistory of Iberia. The text that follows is in some ways a reappraisal of my own statements but, most of all, is a political economic interpretation of the reasons why I believe that Iberian Copper Age societies did not develop the material conditions necessary to allow the systematic and permanent exploitation of the primary producer through extra-economic means.
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URIhttp://hdl.handle.net/10261/236933
ISBN978-84-1319-252-9
Identificadoresisbn: 978-84-1319-252-9
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