hospitia


hospitia
n. hospice, guest house, place which hosts pilgrims or strangers

English contemporary dictionary. 2014.

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  • hospitia — /h6spish(iy)a/ Inns. @ hospitia communia common inns. @ hospitia curiae inns of court. @ hospitia cancellarioe Inns of Chancery @ …   Black's law dictionary

  • hospitia — /h6spish(iy)a/ Inns. @ hospitia communia common inns. @ hospitia curiae inns of court. @ hospitia cancellarioe Inns of Chancery @ …   Black's law dictionary

  • hospitia — Plural of hospitium …   Ballentine's law dictionary

  • HOSPITIA Studiorum — in Anglia, vocantur Iuris Collegia in Universitatibus seu Academiis, in quibus, qui Iuri addiscendo operam collocant, morantur. Ioh. Fortescutus de Laudibus LL. Angliae c. 49. ait in quolibet Studio esse decem hospitia munora, quandoque vero… …   Hofmann J. Lexicon universale

  • hospitia curiae — The inns of court …   Ballentine's law dictionary

  • MARESCHALLUS Franciae — seu Supremus Castrorum Praefectus, dignitas militaris in Galliaingens, proprie enim hi sunt, quod Magistri Equitum, vel Tribuni et Praefecti militum apud Romanos, apud Graecos olim Chiliarchae. Primitus agminis primi ductores erant, qui hostem… …   Hofmann J. Lexicon universale

  • XENIA — dicta olim munuscula, quae a provincialibus Rectoribus provinciatum offerebantur, L. 6. D. de off. procons. etc. Vox in privilegiorum Chartis non insueta: ubi quietos esse a Xeniis, im munes notat ab huiusinodi muneribus aliisque donis, Regi vel… …   Hofmann J. Lexicon universale

  • Abbey — An abbey (from Latin abbatia, derived from Syriac abba, father ), is a Christian monastery or convent, under the government of an Abbot or an Abbess, who serves as the spiritual father or mother of the community.Some cities were ruled by heads of …   Wikipedia

  • Hospitium — (Gr. ξενία, προξενία), hospitality, among the Greeks and Romans, was of a twofold character: private and public.PrivateIn Homeric times all strangers without exception, were regarded as being under the protection of Zeus Xenios, the god of… …   Wikipedia

  • Geschichte des Reisens — Wann aus einer Ortsveränderung das Reisen im Sinne einer nur vorübergehenden Abwesenheit vom festen Wohnsitz entstand, wird sich wohl nie mit Sicherheit sagen lassen. Waren es anfangs praktische Gründe wie die Suche nach Nahrungsplätzen, Wasser… …   Deutsch Wikipedia


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