fabrica

The workshop run by the optio fabricae. A Roman legion held within its ranks a formidable array of artisans, whose skills excused them from normal duties, they were thus termed immunes. Vegetius listed several skills - engineers, carpenters, masons, wagon-makers, blacksmiths, painters and other artificers - all of which would have been employed in …...

fabrica

Latin, meaning: manufacture / craft, trade, art / trick, device
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Fabrica

(Latin) manufacture, trick, art, craft; the workshop of a Roman legion located within the legionary camp; skilled artisans and craftmen from the legion, such as engineers, carpenters, masons, wagon-makers, blacksmiths, painters, and other artificers, worked in the fabrica under the command of a praefectus fabrum; these craftsmen were excused from t...
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Fabrica

Workshop.
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fabrica

workshop A Roman legion held within its ranks a formidable array of artisans, whose skills excused them from normal duties, they were thus termed immunes. Vegetius lists several skills - 'engineers, carpenters, masons, wagon-makers, blacksmiths, painters and other artificers' (epitoma rei militaris, II.11) - all of which would have been employed in...
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Fabrica

[disambiguation] Fabrica is any of several barrios in the Philippines. Fabrica may also refer to: ...
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