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Journal
2012 | 2 | 53-60
Article title

On Some Fiscal Decisions of Caligula and Vespasian

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EN
The history of the Roman Empire is a history of continuously looking for new sources of state revenues. Numerous public loads, spontaneously created during the early Empire, without any deeper analysis, created a disordered mess of particular and curious taxes rather than a centralized system as an instrument of controlling economic processes. The tax decisions of the emperors mentioned in the title, in spite of having a significant influence on the state treasury, were, in fact, of the same disordered nature.
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Journal
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Volume
2
Pages
53-60
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published
2019-08-20
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bwmeta1.element.ojs-doi-10_18778_2084-140X_02_05
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