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The Mesta: A Study in Spanish Economic History 1273-1836

By Julius Klein
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  2. (1213). (the Conqueror), king of Aragon
  3. (the Emperor), king of Castile (1126--57), 169, n.
  4. (the Invalid), king of Castile and
  5. (the Just), king of Aragon (1291-13271, 150, n. 3,157,408. Jews, John I, 38, king 217, of 258,
  6. (the Magnanimous), king of Aragon (141658)~ of Sicily (as Alfonso, 1416-58), and of Naples (as Alfonso I, 142-SS), 154 f. Alfonso 11, king of Asturias,
  7. 10. Medina del Camp, 29, 34, n. I, 39, 42, 50, 112, 333, 343. Medios diezmos, 240, 242 ff.,
  8. (1516). 1445), third son of Ferdinand I Ferdinand I1 (V of Castile, 111 of Naples) (the Catholic), king of Aragon (1479-1516) and Sicily
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  10. 2. C~tnuneros, revolt of the (1520-21), 104. 228, 233, 281, 355. Comunidades, leagues of pasturage towns,
  11. 22, et passim; local sheep taxes during her reign, 208-226; royal sheep taxes during her reign, 270-274; her pasindustry, 69 f. ; sheep taxes, 140, 141, 142; pasturage problems in, 297 f. I Judaism, 25. Jueces (juezes) pesqukidores,
  12. 24; Llorente, ii, p. 139; Ordenan~as de la Real Audiencia de Sevilla (Seville, 1603)~ pp. 101, 103; Dozy, p. 179. On its introduction into Mexico in 1522 see Canga Argiielles, i, p. 34. The best description of it is in
  13. (1817). 26: lists of such tolls collected in the eighteenth century, in the vicinity of Medina del Camp. Atero, hatero: a tax upon the provision bearer of the migrating shepherds, who was called by the same name.
  14. (1758). 284; Colmeiro, i,
  15. 322; bishopric of, 51; caaa of, 87; kingdom of, united with Castile, 167; quadrilla of, 51.
  16. 354; ordinances governing its collection (1457), 391397.
  17. 410,416,427; bishop of, 243. Ponferrada, 23. Quaderno of 1457, the, 265 ff., 283, n. 2; of 1571, 286; of 1731, 414.
  18. 436 INDEX INDEX Henry IV (the Impotent), king of Castile and (1454-741,s 40 f.,
  19. Aduanilla: a toll on migrants levied at Badajoz in the eighteenth
  20. (1900). Algunas Voces Forestales.
  21. Bestiage: a town tax on all livestock owned by the townspeople. Instances of this impost are found in Navarre as early as 1149.
  22. Buey de marzo: a tax paid to the feudal lords by the labradmes or peasantry; it originated in Alava, and was brought into Castile not long after 1300.
  23. Cercania: a fine levied by towns upon flocks in the vicinity of (cerca de) recently damaged crops.
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  29. Entregador (dde entregador) of the Mesta,
  30. f., 327. Maestro de escuela, I 23. Maiminus, royal magistrate of mediaeval Castile,
  31. Ferdinand I11 (the Saint), king of Castile (1217-52) and of Le6n (12~0-52), 77, 169, n.
  32. Fuero Real, 304. of Aragon, 263, 264. Herbage, 157,426. Heredamkntos, 310. Hermandad, the national, 42 f., 212; Fuerte Escusa, I 13. Fuggers, banking family of Augsb-,
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  36. In Navarre the sale of sheep and goats was forbidden unless the rightful owner was present. Alonso, Recopilacibn y Comentarios de los Fueros y Leyes de
  37. (1598). king of
  38. (1158). king of Castile
  39. (1037). king of Castile (1033-65) and of Le6n
  40. (1065). king of Castile (1072-1109) and Le6n
  41. (1350). king of Castile and Le6n
  42. (1941). king of Castile and Le6n (1312-50), 4,35,81,1o2,181,183,184, 1861 1873 18&192, 193,
  43. (1284). king of Castile and Lebn
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  46. king of France (1643-1715), 343-Lugares vedodos y dehesados, 303.
  47. king of Naples (1808-151, 156, 298. Murcia, city, 1x3, 174, 218, 234 f.; kingdom,
  48. (1665). king of Spain
  49. king of Spain (1621-65), 107, 291,339. Philip V, king of
  50. king of Spain (1746-sg), 131, 344. Ferdinand VII, king of Spain (181~-~3), 252, 294, 346. Fernhndez de Arevalo, Juan, 81. Feudal land taxes, preceded by sheep taxes, 141, 353. Field drivers, 74. Fires, in the Castilian forests,
  51. (1909). L'gtat et la dCpopulation montagneuse en France." In Rev. int. de socwl. Paris, 19~9. Similar articles by the same author, all attacking sheep migrations as one of the chief causes of depopulation and agrarian decline, are to be found
  52. Los Privilegios de la Mesta de 1273 y 1276," 306, n.
  53. (1997). n. I, 427. Money economy, rise of, 225 f.
  54. (1348). Orozco family, 193. Osuna, bishopric of, 51.
  55. pastoral terminology of, I 2; sheep highways in, 17; organization of
  56. Reales.
  57. Roman Empire, the, sheep taxes in, 140 ff.
  58. (1611). Tesoro de la Lengua Castellana.
  59. the sequence of imperialism, 275. erty the office of chief entregador of the Mesta, 81 f., 85, 108, 382, n. I; sale of the office to the Mesta (1568), 82, 85, 96, 230, 283 f.
  60. vdntena, 261-Velasquez, representations of shepherd dogs by, 25, n.
  61. Verde: a payment for pasturage in green barley, which was fed to the animals as a