Le prélèvement fiscal dans le district du Kūra au XVIIIe siècle

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Souad Slim

Abstract

This article on the tax levy in the Koura district during the eighteenth century is based on an official document which defined their limits. The different land statuses in this area (Mulk, Mīrī, Mawāt, and Waqf) are mentioned. The text identifies the Ayyūbī and the Mir‘ib families as the Muqāta‘jīs of certain villages, or those whose land was the property of their inhabitants and who paid taxes directly to the Ottoman Empire; Waqf plots dedicated to faraway religious institutions were also identified. Villages that paid the highest amount of taxes were those that owned their lands (Mulk) and paid the amounts due directly to the Ottomans.

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How to Cite
Slim, S. (2021). Le prélèvement fiscal dans le district du Kūra au XVIIIe siècle. Chronos, 41, 217-231. https://doi.org/10.31377/chr.v41i.694
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Articles in French