TitleThe Names of Fiscus, I: A Preliminary Approach to Ecclesiastical and Noble Income Semiotics in Aragon and Castile, 13th-15th Centuries
Date/TimeWednesday 5 July 2017: 14.15-15.45
OrganiserJosé Manuel Triano Milán, Departamento de Ciencias Históricas, Universidad de Málaga
Moderator/ChairJuan Antonio Prieto Sayagués, Departamento de Historia Antigua y Medieval, Universidad de Valladolid
Paper 1235-a An Approach to Ecclesiastical Terms in the Kingdom of Granada
(Language: English)
María Gema Rayo Muñoz, Departamento de Historia Medieval y Ciencias y Técnicas Historiográficas, Universidad de Granada
Index Terms: Administration; Archives and Sources; Ecclesiastical History; Political Thought
Paper 1235-b Fiscal Terms in the Diocese of León throughout the 13th Century
(Language: English)
Alberto Navarro Baena, Facultad de Filosofía y Letras, Universidad de Valladolid
Paper 1235-c Manor Tax Terminology in Castilian Late Middle Ages: An Approach from the Study of Andalusian Manors
(Language: English)
Jesús García Ayoso, Departamento de Ciencias Históricas, Universidad de Málaga
Index Terms: Administration; Archives and Sources; Economics - Rural; Political Thought
AbstractDespite the advances in our knowledge of Castilian royal taxation during the Late Middle Ages, ecclesiastical and noble income remain an almost unexplored topic. In this session, we aim to approach its semiotics putting them in relation with a parallel session on royal issues (The Names of Fiscus, II: A Preliminary Approach to Royal Income Semiotics in Castile, 13th - 15th Centuries). For this purpose, we will establish two key topics. First of all, the ecclesiastical contribution to the king's treasury. As ecclesiastical contributions in Aragon and Castile converge at the end of the 15th centuries, both realities will be explored. Secondly, a look at manor taxation in Andalusia, the region with the most homogeneous noble states within Castile.