Equitatio


Equitatio
A knight's service of riding with his lord, as an escort, between various places. The equivalent service in French was chevalchia. In the 10c, St Oswald used the phrase equitandi lex - law of riding - in a letter to King Edgar. Men granted Church lands were required to provide riding services for the bishop. -

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  • EQUITATIO — inventum Neptuni, vide infra Hippius an Bellerophontis. Plin. l. 7. c. 56. Equo vehi Bellerophontem. Frenos et strata equerum, Pelethronium. Pugnare ex equo Thessalos etc. invenisse ferunt; qua de re vide Hadrian. Turneb. Advers l. 21. c. 9. Et… …   Hofmann J. Lexicon universale

  • ÉQUITATION — Si le cheval a fait longtemps partie de la vie de l’humanité le superbe équidé peint sur les parois de Lascaux étant devenu l’instrument de déplacement, de guerre ou de trait, du nomade des steppes, du chevalier du Moyen Âge, du paysan ou du… …   Encyclopédie Universelle

  • equitación — (Del lat. equitatio, onis.) ► sustantivo femenino EQUITACIÓN Arte, deporte o actividad de montar a caballo. * * * equitación (del lat. «equitatĭo, ōnis») f. Arte, deporte o actividad de montar a caballo. ⃞ Catálogo Hípica. ➢ Ahorcajarse,… …   Enciclopedia Universal

  • echitaţie — ECHITÁŢIE s.f. (Sport) Călărie. – Din fr. équitation, lat. equitatio, onis. Trimis de LauraGellner, 10.06.2004. Sursa: DEX 98  ECHITÁŢIE s. (SPORT) călărie. Trimis de siveco, 05.08.2004. Sursa: Sinonime  echitáţie (călărie) s. f. (sil. ţi e),… …   Dicționar Român

  • Reiten — 1. Beim Reiten macht man den Mund zu und den Ars auf, in der Gesellschaft ist s umgekehrt. (Schles.) Beim Einüben der Rekruten der Cavalerie, auch von Reitlehrern angewandt. Zur richtigen Haltung der Schenkel ist das eine und zur Vermeidung eines …   Deutsches Sprichwörter-Lexikon

  • Equitation — Eq ui*ta tion, n. [L. equitatio, fr. equitare: cf. F. [ e]quitation.] A riding, or the act of riding, on horseback; horsemanship. [1913 Webster] The pretender to equitation mounted. W. Irving. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • equitation — noun Etymology: Middle French, from Latin equitation , equitatio, from equitare to ride on horseback, from equit , eques horseman, from equus horse Date: 1562 the act or art of riding on horseback …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • Sport en Grèce antique — Le Diadumène de Polyclète : athlète ceignant sa tête du bandeau de la victoire, musée national archéologique d Athènes La pratique du sport est l une des caractéristiques de la civilisation grecque antique. Le premier livre des Macchabées… …   Wikipédia en Français

  • equitation — /ek wi tay sheuhn/, n. the act or art of riding on horseback. [1555 65; < L equitation (s. of equitatio), equiv. to equitat(us) (ptp. of equitare to ride) + ion ION] * * * …   Universalium

  • Averagium — Service owed to his *sheriff by a *sokeman to carry messages, or anything else, while the king was in the *county; e.g. in Hertfordshire, the sheriff was supplied with 9d or 2!4 averae, i.e. each carrying service was valued at 4d. The word was… …   Dictionary of Medieval Terms and Phrases


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