Somewhere in the early 4th century, 301 AD onwards, the roman emperor Diocletian tried to solve his problems with inflation. He ended up skipping money altogether. Instead he collected taxes in goods and services. But to make future “income” predictable he had to make sure no-one could change their profession to something “easier”. “Diocletian restricted […]
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