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Knowledgebase > Comunanza


From ICWiki

A “comunanza” was a form of egalitarian community going back to pre-roman times.

In the Sibilline-Appennine area of central Italy (Le Marche), the comunanza was regulated by norms which excluded private property.

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Italian homepage of “Aurora” co-operative The co-op regards comunanze (plural) as being its historical influence.

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