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  • In order to determine the amount each had to pay, it was necessary to consider his property in the aggregate, which the Florentines call accatastare, in which in this application of it would signify TO RATE or VALUE, and hence this tax received the name of catasto.

    The History of Florence

  • But the greatest cause of alarm to the higher classes, and his most favorable opportunity of retaliation, was the revival of the catasto, or property-tax of 1427, so that individual contributions were determined by statute, and not by a set of persons appointed for its regulation.

    The History of Florence

  • Giovanni di Bicci de 'Medici, to bring about a more equal distribution of taxation, propose the catasto, i.e. an income-tax.

    The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 6: Fathers of the Church-Gregory XI

  • In order to determine the amount each had to pay, it was necessary to consider his property in the aggregate, which the Florentines call _accatastare_, in which in this application of it would signify TO RATE or VALUE, and hence this tax received the name of _catasto_.

    History of Florence and of the Affairs of Italy

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