sponsalia


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sponsalia

(spɒnˈseɪlɪə)
pl n
formal archaic marriage; espousals
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El titulo 2 de ese libro versa en concreto sobre la regulacion de las arras esposalicias proporcionadas por el gobernador provincial o sus subordinados (Si rector provinciae vel ad eum pertinentes sponsalia dederint), que es de donde procede el texto que nos ocupa, al menos en su primera parte.
Sin embargo, para no vaciar totalmente de contenido la funcion del consentimiento, equiparo los sponsalia de futuro con los de presente, denominando a dicho fenomeno como matrimonium initiatum (56).
(24) For a comparison of the play's depiction of the marriage ritual with the Sarum Ordo ad Faciendam Sponsalia, see Sue Niebrzydowski, 'Encouraging Marriage in Facie Ecclesiae: The Mary Play "Betrothal" and the Sarum Ordo ad faciendum Sponsalia', Medieval English Theatre 24 (2002), 44-61.
Pero todavia hay otra obra, tambien incluida en Las trescientas, por tanto anterior a 1582 o de ese ano mismo, que tiene que ver con nuestro don Luis de Vargas y que nos interesa ahora mas, se trata de la Sponsalia de amor y sabiduria, de quien nacieron Agradecimiento y Nobleza, que se dirige al muy ilustre senor don Luis de Vargas Manrique.
He further states that the wording as rendered above was acknowledged in canon law with the words "sponsalia per verba de presenti." (19) It is these very words that, as Pous states, made Sancho and Guillerma's betrothal legally binding and canonically valid.
Although people married validly solely on the basis of marital affection and its defining elements, customarily marriage was a family event subject to negotiation, initiated by a solemn agreement involving dowry and betrothal (sponsalia), and completed when the woman's father or guardian (paterfamilias or tutor) handed her over to her intended spouse, who led her to his residence (domumductio), a process often solemnized with nuptial blessings and completed with consummation.
Sometime after the "impalamento," a "sponsalia" would take place.