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Settlement Strategies And Types Of Houses

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Finally, it has not been proven that the hospital of Santa Maria sopra Olcio close to Mandello Lario belonged to the Templars. This section will limit itself to a general outline of the Order's economic policies, underlining the continuous or innovative factors suggested by the available data. Here it can be seen that the house was constantly increasing its possessions with a series of purchases. In the same way, the inventories from the trial period on the estates of the houses of Pavia, Casei Gerola, Tortona, Piacenza, Toricella Verzate and Cremona note that the most common types of farming were cereal crops and wine production.The size of the section of the estate run directly by the Temple or how big the labour force was,are the facts which are not known.

Keywords: hospital; Houses; innovative; labor force; Pavia; Piacenza; Settlement



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