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The Oeconomicus is a systematic treatment of the organization and administration of the agricultural estate, emphasizing human capital and organizational efﬁciency (Lowry, 1965; 1987, ch. 3). The family farm was the backbone of the economy and booty from military operations was the prime source of surplus for farm and city (Hanson, 1995). The details of many of Xenophon’s ideas must be treated under the heading of analysis. The tradition of an efﬁciently managed agrarian estate surfaced in the twelfth century in the Cistercian monasteries that spread across Europe.
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