partible


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partible

divisible.
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Partible humans and permeable gods: Anatomical votives and personhood in the sanctuaries of central Italy.
These results allow a deeper understanding of developments that took place in the agrarian sphere under the influence of partible inheritance.
Otra de las porciones se destinaba para cubrir con el producto de su venta los gastos de medicion y reparto, y si hubiere sobrante este acreceria al terreno partible entre los indigenas.
However, as contemporary understandings of gender and attitudes to women were directly linked to a preference for male heirs and a reluctance to consider partible inheritance, gender ideology and lineage ideology were linked and interdependent.
(130) By 1798, primogeniture was widely rejected by the states in favor of partible division.
(51) The rural labor market in this region did not fully emerge until the 1770s, amid a sharp increase in rural population and a widespread pattern of partible inheritance.
(1588), A Briefe linstruction and Mane how to Keepe Bookes of Accompts after the Order of Debitor and Creditor, & as well for Proper Accompts Partible, etc.
As in prefamine Ireland, partible inheritance, among female as well as male relatives, was common, and sexual relations, marriage, and effective divorce appear to have been remarkably informal and largely unregulated by civil or religious authorities.
Investors were free to buy and sell parcels of land as they wished and, outside French partible inheritance laws, they could leave their assets to whomever they wished.
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