Demografía, esclavos y arrendatarios: una reseña de Luuk de Ligt, Peasants, citizens and soldiers. Studies in the demographic history of Roman Italy 225 BC – AD 100, Cambridge, 2012

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Reseña del libro Peasants, citizens and soldiers. Studies in the demographic history of Roman Italy 225 BC – AD 100 de Luuk de Ligt.


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