Endowments and Taxation in the Hellenistic World
This paper suggests that a number of well known Hellenistic endowments were crafted in such a way that, in addition to the pious purposes that they served, they also allowed founders and elite peers to limit tax-liability by sheltering real estate from the possibility of assessment for taxation.
Published Version (Please cite this version)10.2143/AS.44.0.3044799
Publication InfoSosin, Joshua D (2014). Endowments and Taxation in the Hellenistic World. Ancient Society, 44. pp. 43-89. 10.2143/AS.44.0.3044799. Retrieved from https://hdl.handle.net/10161/9019.
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Pronouns: he/him.One of the things that I like best about Classics is the wide range of intellectual opportunities it offers. As an undergraduate I was interested in early Christianity and Latin love elegy, which are about as far from my current work as you can get! But our discipline is built for roaming and many of its earliest greats would not fit neatly into the boxes that we use today. My