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Le contribuable face à l’autorité politique en Judée romaine

Abstract : Taxes are a meeting point between individuals and those in political power. The authorities must justify their financial demands and prove their own legitimacy in order to meet the agreement of the taxpayer. On the other hand, the taxpayers receive offical views, interpret them, and produce further views that are the basis of the representation of the tax-system. In Judæa, authorities are numerous, from the local to the temple of Jerusalem and the tributary power. However, the views of the taxpayer are not easy to find, since the sources mention primarily those of the elites linked either to the temple or to Roman power.
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Michaël Girardin. Le contribuable face à l’autorité politique en Judée romaine. Emmanuel Nantet. Les Juifs et le pouvoir politique dans l’Antiquité gréco-romaine, Presses universitaires de Rennes, pp.149-162, 2019, Histoire et archéologie, 9782753576827. ⟨hal-03543163⟩



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