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Essbares Geld : Nahrung als Zahlungsmittel in vormonetären kapitalistischen Wirtschaftssystemen. / Karl, Raimund.

In: Mitteilungen der Antropologischen Gesellschaft in Wien, Vol. 147, 13.12.2017, p. 169.

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Karl, R 2017, 'Essbares Geld: Nahrung als Zahlungsmittel in vormonetären kapitalistischen Wirtschaftssystemen', Mitteilungen der Antropologischen Gesellschaft in Wien, vol. 147, pp. 169.

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Karl, R. (2017). Essbares Geld: Nahrung als Zahlungsmittel in vormonetären kapitalistischen Wirtschaftssystemen. Mitteilungen der Antropologischen Gesellschaft in Wien, 147, 169.

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Karl R. 2017. Essbares Geld: Nahrung als Zahlungsmittel in vormonetären kapitalistischen Wirtschaftssystemen. Mitteilungen der Antropologischen Gesellschaft in Wien. 147:169.

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Karl, Raimund. "Essbares Geld: Nahrung als Zahlungsmittel in vormonetären kapitalistischen Wirtschaftssystemen". Mitteilungen der Antropologischen Gesellschaft in Wien. 2017, 147. 169.

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Karl R. Essbares Geld: Nahrung als Zahlungsmittel in vormonetären kapitalistischen Wirtschaftssystemen. Mitteilungen der Antropologischen Gesellschaft in Wien. 2017 Dec 13;147:169.

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Karl, Raimund. / Essbares Geld : Nahrung als Zahlungsmittel in vormonetären kapitalistischen Wirtschaftssystemen. In: Mitteilungen der Antropologischen Gesellschaft in Wien. 2017 ; Vol. 147. pp. 169.

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TY - JOUR

T1 - Essbares Geld

T2 - Nahrung als Zahlungsmittel in vormonetären kapitalistischen Wirtschaftssystemen

AU - Karl, Raimund

PY - 2017/12/13

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N2 - Early medieval Irish literature contains detailed information about food rents in premonetary economic systems based on clientage relations. Clients have to pay their patrons for a loan (a „fore-payment“) of a certain value, an exactly defined annual rent consisting of agricultural resources and prepared foodstuffs. Itinerant patrons consume at least parts of this rental income at „feasts“ more or less immediately when it is delivered; customary events characterised by a particular feasting culture. The texts also tell us about rules for the sustenance of the sick and the injured, who are entitled to a legally defined „healthy“ diet depending on their social rank. In all of these texts, however, agricultural resources and foodstuffs serve as means of payment in a defined, premonetary system of established exchange value relations. This contribution examines these texts and develops a general model of foodstuffs as an established exchange value system and their consumption in premonetary societies.

AB - Early medieval Irish literature contains detailed information about food rents in premonetary economic systems based on clientage relations. Clients have to pay their patrons for a loan (a „fore-payment“) of a certain value, an exactly defined annual rent consisting of agricultural resources and prepared foodstuffs. Itinerant patrons consume at least parts of this rental income at „feasts“ more or less immediately when it is delivered; customary events characterised by a particular feasting culture. The texts also tell us about rules for the sustenance of the sick and the injured, who are entitled to a legally defined „healthy“ diet depending on their social rank. In all of these texts, however, agricultural resources and foodstuffs serve as means of payment in a defined, premonetary system of established exchange value relations. This contribution examines these texts and develops a general model of foodstuffs as an established exchange value system and their consumption in premonetary societies.

KW - ARCHAEOLOGY

KW - History

KW - Ireland

KW - Celtic

KW - premonetary economy

KW - Food Habits

M3 - Erthygl

VL - 147

SP - 169

JO - Mitteilungen der Anthropologischen Gesellschaft Wien

JF - Mitteilungen der Anthropologischen Gesellschaft Wien

SN - 0373-5656

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