Editorial 81: From Gaius Octavius to Cesar Augustus

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Editorial 81: From Gaius Octavius to Cesar Augustus

Since the beginning of the substitution of hunting and gathering for livestock and agriculture, groups appeared in the Neolithic that seized, by force, the ownership of the land and demanded, from others, the payment of taxes for exercising their work, for the transit through their supposed property or the exchange of products. It was the beginning of the time when those who produced had to request permission, and pay for it, from those who did not produce.

14/11/2022 Author: Dr. Jaime Borrell Valls

Editorial 81: From Gaius Octavius to Cesar Augustus

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