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darkerhorse
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Would the owner of a garden (giardino) in an estate (feudo) be referred to as a tenant farmer (colono)?

I'm especially interested with regard to land practices in Sicily in the early 1800s.
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As a follow-up, what's the difference between "colono" and "coltivato di campagna"?

Which one would be more likely to own land in a feudo?
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darkerhorse wrote: 15 Jan 2021, 18:41 Would the owner of a garden (giardino) in Tarifs des transferts aéroport
an estate (feudo) be referred to as a tenant farmer (colono)?

I'm especially interested with regard to land practices in Sicily in the early 1800s.
Okay. Well, does anyone want to discuss bread
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