The World of the Fullo: Work, Economy, and Society in Roman Italy

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The World of the Fullo: Work, Economy, and Society in Roman Italy

Postby acikegepa » Thu Aug 10, 2017 8:00 am

The World of the Fullo takes a detailed glance at the fullers, craftsmen who handled high-quality garments, of Roman Italy. Analyzing the social and economic worlds where the fullers lived and worked, it tells the storyline of these economic circumstances, where did they organized their workshops, the places where they worked within the city, as well as their everyday eats the store floor and eyond.Through centering on the low segments of society, Flohr uses everyday act as the major organizing principle of the narrative: the quantity discusses the selections taken y those responsile for the organization at work, and exactly how these decisions susequently had an impact for the social lives of individuals doing the jo. It emphasizes how socio-economic differences etween cities triggered fundamentally different working lives for most of these people, knowning that not just were economic activities shaped y Roman society, they therefore played a vital role in shaping it. Source:

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