hospitium

A forced billeting.

Hospitium

Hospitium (Gr. ξενία, xenia, προξενία) is the ancient Greco-Roman concept of hospitality as a divine right of the guest and a divine duty of the host. Similar or broadly equivalent customs were and are also known in other cultures, though not always by that name. Among the Greeks and Romans, hospitium was of a twofold character: priva...
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Hospitium

• (n.) An inn; a lodging; a hospice. • (n.) An inn of court.
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Hospitium

Hos·pi'ti·um noun [ Latin See Hospice .] 1. An inn; a lodging; a hospice. [ Obsolete] 2. (Law) An inn of court.
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Hospitium

Forced billeting.
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hospitium

hospice
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hospitium

Latin, meaning: hospitality / guest chambers, inn.
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