hospitalium

hospitalium

1. A guest chamber in a Roman house.
2. A conventional entrance for strangers in a dramatic performance.
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BEGON, S., De lure Hospitalium. Das Recht des deutschen Spitals im 17.
Abit Bakistanli, the head of the Hospitalium Group, said Turkish hospitals were giving high-quality health service and aesthetic surgery tourism boomed in Turkey.
Guillaume's comment is on Duvernoy, 83: "Quomodo, maledicta, loqueris in bono sensu tuo?" Ermengarde's is ibid., 87: "Co, na traytoressa no sia, nam iste locus et istud hospitalium semper fuit mundus de tot male nec de yregia!" I thank the Church History reader who brought these conflicting diagnoses to my attention.
When Albertus comments on these, he changes the list of examples as follows: the monastery church (templum), the portico (intercolumnia), hospitalium, and the cloister (pratum).(27) Notice that every one of these is specifically a monastery structure, a monastery being a place in which memory-work is best done.
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