List of Roman taxes
This is a list of the taxes levied by ancient Rome.
- Tributum soli, the tax on land.
- Vicesima libertatis was a tax on owners who freed slaves, the owner would have to pay 5% of the value of the slave.
- Quinta et vicesima venalium mancipiorum was a 4% tax on selling slaves.
- A customs tax on a slave of one and a half denarii is recorded in a third-century tariff list from Zarai.
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- Cic. de Rep. II.20.
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- Schäfer (1998), pp. 113–114
- Digest 50, tit.15
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