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hospitium

(hɒˈspɪtɪəm)
n
another name for hospice2
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Ryon Hill and Rhian Morgan of Longbenton married at The Hospitium in York on June 24, 2016.
lt;< La funcion del hospitium y la clientela en la conquista y romanizacion de Celtiberia>>, SHHA, 1, 1983, pp.
Having no religion, Sonia had requested that no funeral be planned on her death, but a celebration of her life has been planned for Saturday, November 26 at the Hospitium, Museum Gardens, York, between 1pm and 5pm.
Servio prefiere la negociacion antes de recurrir a las armas, hecho que queda corroborado al aparecer por primera vez el concepto de hospitium o derecho a la hospitalidad.
Another noun derived from this, hospitium came to signify hospitality, that is the relation between guest and shelterer, hospitality, friendliness, hospitable reception.
Hospice: a guesthouse for travellers, from French and Latin roots hospitium, hospes (a stranger treated as a guest).
nam si Vergilio puer et tolerabile desset hospitium, caderent omnes a crinibus hydri, surda nihil gemeret graue bucina.
An important figure of this era was Constantine Africanus (a Tunisian Tuni-sia was known Ifriqiya at that time) whose translations and annotations of Arabic (and Greek) medical texts made famous the Studium Hospitium (hospice/hospital) at Salerno (Italy).
Ese Hospitium (hospitalidad) para Candido & Vieira (2003: 27) significa la hospitalidad dada o recibida.
si cum gente aliqua neque amicitiam neque hospitium neque foedus amicitiae causa factum habemus, hi hostes quidem non sunt.
Arasa, 2008: 6-10, y Hernandez Martinez, 2008, 22-29), cumpliendo asi una triple funcion: hospitium, stabulum y horreum, a los que podrian anadirse, en una zona contigua, servicios auxiliares como talleres, e incluso, un pequeno santuario y una necropolis.
It was used as a hospitium (guest house) for tired travellers to rest in.