Ad aratrum


Ad aratrum
Lit. 'at the plough'.

Dictionary of Medieval Terms and Phrases. .

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  • Aratrum terrae — Saltar a navegación, búsqueda El término aratrum terræ, en las leyes antiguas, significaban la cantidad de tierra que se puede arar con un solo arado Hoc manerium est 30 aratrorum. Aratura terræ fue un servicio de servidumbre, donde el siervo… …   Wikipedia Español

  • Aratrum — is the Latin word for plough, and arotron (αροτρον) is the Greek word. The Greeks appear to have had diverse kinds of plough from the earliest historical records. Hesiod advised the farmer to have always two ploughs, so that if one broke the… …   Wikipedia

  • Arātrum — (lat.), Pflug …   Pierer's Universal-Lexikon

  • Aratrum terrae — The term aratrum terræ, in ancient law books, meant as much land as can be tilled with one plough mdash; Hoc manerium est 30 aratrorum. Aratura terræ was an ancient service which the tenant was to do his lord, by ploughing his… …   Wikipedia

  • aratrum terrae — /areytram teriy/ In old English law, a plow of land; a plowland; as much land as could be tilled with one plow (or by a single arator or plowman) …   Black's law dictionary

  • aratrum terrae — /areytram teriy/ In old English law, a plow of land; a plowland; as much land as could be tilled with one plow (or by a single arator or plowman) …   Black's law dictionary

  • aratrum terrae — Service rendered by a tenant by ploughing the land …   Ballentine's law dictionary

  • Coelorinchus aratrum —   Coelorinchus aratrum Clasificación científica Reino …   Wikipedia Español

  • Cybaeus aratrum — Cybaeus aratrum …   Wikipédia en Français

  • СОХА —    • Arātrum, αροτρον,          или плуг, орудие для разрыхления пахотной земли или для вспашки поля, изобретенное будто бы Бузигом или Триптолемом. Plin. 7, 56, 199. Гесиод изображает два вида греческого плуга (op. et. d. 431 слл.):        1.… …   Реальный словарь классических древностей


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