munera

(from the article `sports`) ...into the Colosseum to enjoy gladiatorial combat. Nevertheless, there is some evidence that the latter contests were actually more popular than the ...
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Munera

[ancient Rome] In ancient Rome, munera (Latin plural) were public works provided for the benefit of the Roman people (populus Romanus) by individuals of high status and wealth. The word munera, singular munus (cf. English `munificence`) means `duty, obligation`, expressing the individual`s responsibility to provide a service or contribution...
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munera

munera Meaning 'gifts', a reference to privately sponsored and organized games, outside the domain of the civic administration. They could be presented anytime a wealthy family lost a member, either immediately following the loss, or at some time in the future, well after the death had actually taken place. It was through the medium of the munera...
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Munera

see munus.
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