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Obligations de travail dans les économies palatiales du Bronze récent. Cas d’études à Ougarit et dans les palais mycéniens

Abstract : Palatial economic archives from various regions — from the Aegean world to Mesopotamia — and from various periods of the Bronze Age, attest to the use by palatial administrations of procedures in which workers were obliged to perform a task, whether craft or agricultural, on behalf of the palace. This article examines the possibility that such a procedure existed also in Ugarit, since a group of administrative texts relating to metals appear comparable to these systems of work-assignments. The material from Ugarit and the conclusions reached allow, then, a comparison with the system of work-assignment attested in the Mycenaean texts and called ta-ra-si-ja . Mycenaean and Ugaritic documentations present typological, structural and chronological analogies, which add to the interest of the comparison.
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F. Rougemont, Juan-Pablo Vita. Obligations de travail dans les économies palatiales du Bronze récent. Cas d’études à Ougarit et dans les palais mycéniens. Altorientalische Forschungen, De Gruyter, 2021, 48 (1), pp.125-149. ⟨10.1515/aofo-2021-0009⟩. ⟨hal-03259676⟩

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