hiberna

Literally, under canvas, this was the name of the army winter quarters - a winter camp. Julius Caesar gives a number of examples of his army in winter quarters in Gaul.

Hiberna

Hiberna in Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth was also known as `chleb zimowy` (winters bread) and it was an obligation to guarantee accommodation for troops during winter time. It was a Kr├│lewszczyzna and church property. Initially it was paid-in-kind, from 1649 to 1652 it was a targeted tax to support the troops which was for Hetman disposal. In .....
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Hiberna

Winter quarters.
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