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Not many tax records for Greece have been filmed by the Family History Library. Two exceptions are tax records for farmers in Nauplion (1842–1862), and a tax list for Argostolion that was collected by the grand duke of Venice (text in Italian).
Other tax records may be available in archives in Greece and may give information such as a list of households in a town at a particular time and what social-economic status your family had in comparison with others of that community. They also give interesting historical insights about the local history of the region.
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