Islandia medieval, ¿sociedad de base campesina?

Santiago Barreiro

Resumen


En este artículo buscamos examinar la aplicabilidad de la categoría de "sociedad de base campesina", propuesta por el historiador británico Chris Wickham, a uno de los ejemplos que el mismo autor considera paradigmático: Islandia durante la Edad Media temprana y central, a la luz de la historiografía especializada.

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Islandia; campesinado; Wickham

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