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Provincial Taxation in the Ur III State (Cuneiform Monographs, 26)

by Tonia M. Sharlach

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Published by Brill Academic Publishers .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Taxation,
  • Texts,
  • Iraq,
  • Economic conditions,
  • Business / Economics / Finance,
  • Taxation - General,
  • Business/Economics,
  • Sumerian language,
  • Ancient - General,
  • Interior Design - General,
  • To 1500,
  • History,
  • Sumerians

  • The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages392
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL9084788M
    ISBN 109004135812
    ISBN 109789004135819

    Her dissertation focused on Babylonian taxes. The revised version of the dissertation, Provincial Taxation and the Ur III State, will be published in by Brill. Provincial Taxation and the Ur III State. T Sharlach; The purpose of this book is to present the state of the art concerning quality/interestingness measures for data mining. The book.

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    The Bala system of the Third Dynasty of Ur is described in Tonia M. Sharlach, Provincial Taxation and the Ur III State, Cuneiform Monographs, vol. 26 (E. J. Brill, ). The state sheep-run near Lagash is described in The Cambridge Ancient History.   Provincial sales taxes can also vary within provinces depending on what product or service is being taxed. For example, although the usual provincial sales tax is 7 percent in British Columbia, you'll be charged 12 percent if you purchase a vehicle from a private individual, and 10 percent when you purchase alcohol.


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Provincial Taxation in the Ur III State (Cuneiform Monographs, 26) by Tonia M. Sharlach Download PDF EPUB FB2

This volume investigates the relationship between the central government and the provinces during the Ur III period ( B.C.). Specifically, the book focuses on one system of taxation known as "bala," or "rotation," so called as provinces' payments rotated month by month throughout the by:   Author: Tonia M.

Sharlach This volume investigates the relationship between the central government and the provinces during the Ur III period ( B.C.). Specifically, the book focuses on one system of taxation known as "bala," or "rotation," so called as provinces' payments rotated month by month throughout the by:   This volume investigates the relationship between the central government and the provinces during the Ur III period ( B.C.).

Specifically, the book focuses on one system of taxation known as "bala," or "rotation," so called as provinces' payments rotated month by month throughout the year.4/5(1).

Tonia Sharlach This volume investigates the relationship between the central government and the provinces during the Ur III period ( B.C.). Specifically, the book focuses on one system of taxation known as "bala," or "rotation," so called as provinces' payments rotated month by month throughout the year.

ISBN: OCLC Number: Language Note: In English with texts in Sumerian (romanized). Notes: Revised and extended edition of the author's (doctoral) thesis under title: Bala, economic exchange between center and provinces in the Ur III state.

Tonia M. Sharlach is the author of Provincial Taxation and the Ur III State ( avg rating, 1 rating, 0 reviews, published )4/5(1). PROVINCIAL TAXATION AND THE UR III STATE Tonia M.

Sharlach BRILL • SttX LEIDEN • BOSTON TABLE OF CONTENTS Chapter One, Introduction 1 Chapter Two, The Baia of thè Province of Umma 23 Chapter Three, The Baia of thè Province of Lagash This volume investigates the relationship between the central government and the provinces during the Ur III period ( B.C.).

Specifically, the book focuses on one system of taxation known as "bala," or "rotation," so called as provinces' payments rotated month by month throughout the year.

resurrected and enhanced by the Sumerian kings of the Ur III dynasty. The neo-Su merian state therefore combined the traditions of the old city-states with aspects of the organisational régularisation realised by Naram-Sin.

A system of taxation known as the bala in which each province was required to provision the state with live. Author: Jeanny Vorys Canby; Publisher: UPenn Museum of Archaeology ISBN: Category: Social Science Page: 64 View: DOWNLOAD NOW» Ur-Nammu was king of Ur in ancient Mesopotamia (southern Iraq) around B.C.

In a joint expedition from the University of Pennsylvania Museum and the British Museum discovered dozens of fragments of a monument in honor of Ur. Starting with work on taxation (Provincial Taxation and the Ur III State, published by Brill in ) and touching on matters such as calendars and diplomacy, Dr.

Sharlach's more recent publications have focused on the roles of women in the religion at the royal court. The land ruled by the Ur III kings was divided up into provinces that were each run by a governor (called an ensí). In certain tumultuous regions, military commanders assumed more power in governing.

Each province contained a redistribution center where provincial taxes, called bala, would all go to be shipped to the capital.

Taxes could be payable in various forms. Sharlach T. (), Provincial Taxation and the Ur III State, “Cuneinform Monographs”, 26, Leiden–Boston. Steinkeller P. (), Archival Practices at Babylonia in the Third Millennium, [w:] Ancient Archives and Archival Traditions.

Concept of Record-Keeping in the Ancient World, M. Brosius (ed.), Oxford University Press, New York, 37– You may also be entitled to provincial or territorial credits in addition to your federal credits. Provincial and territorial governments develop their own tax laws and policies.

The Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) collects and administers the individual income taxes for the governments, except for the province of Quebec. Those projects were built by Gurush/Geme (Sumerian), men and women workers respectively, paid using goods collected from the tax system.

The provinces in the Ur III Empire such as Girsu, Umma and Lagash contributed materials according to the nature of goods they produced, their size and the amount of goods they could produce.

For instance Girsu was a rich source of. With: Laurent F. Hebenstreit. 19 Ur III texts in a Private Collection. Revue d’Assyriologie,pp. a Revisiting Bala, review article (Tonia Sharlach: Provincial Taxation and the Ur III State).

Journal of the American Oriental Societypp. 77. Introduction 1. While it is possible to know a great deal about women in the Ur III state due to the large amount of documentation, comparatively little has been written on the topic. 2 Any increase in the amount of information available is therefore extremely precious.

This article focuses on the publication of seven tablets from the Iraq National Museum that form part of a dossier of texts. Some provinces also apply provincial sales tax to the purchases you make. The money collected by the federal, provincial, territorial, and municipal governments is spent on many things, including.

While a review of the terminology surrounding bala must be welcomed, Provincial Tax ation is burdened by an insufficient and occasionally illogical understanding of the nature of third-millennium accounting practices and of the structure of the Ur III empire, and by a disquieting number of editorial errors.

In the Ur III period, inland traffic by waterway was very extensive (more so than interregional water transport). This paper aims at highlighting ports/harbours of the province of Ĝirsu/Lagaš recorded in the administrative texts from the end of the 3rd millennium, by cataloguing the name of the places where these harbours are located.

Based on the province, the provincial tax rate can be in the range of % to %. So if you are earning $20, in Ontario, you will have to pay federal tax at 15% and Ontario tax at % of $20, Provincial Tax Credits.

Similar to federal taxes, taxpayers are eligible for tax credits on provincial taxes. Almost all provinces offer.“Ur III-Zeit,” in W. Sallaberger & A. Westenholz, Mesopotamien: Akkade-Zeit und Ur III-Zeit.

OBO /3. Göttingen: Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht, pp. Sharlach, Tonia Provincial Taxation and the Ur III State. Cuneiform Monographs Leiden: Brill. Steinkeller, Piotr “On the Meaning of zabar-šu,” ASJ 9: In this hour webinar, we will review the key tax and form changes with the Spring T2 Release and discuss CRA changes when preparing and filing a corporate income tax return in Cantax T2.

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