Latin word, sometimes meaning liveries, sometimes money. The liveries were given annually, as lengths of cloth to be made up appropriately. Sometimes money was given in lieu. However, even if money, it is not quite the same as solidata, the term for wages. The difference in use lies in the class of persons being paid: the first, household servants; the second, soldiers.

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  • Solidatae — Wages. Cf. Solidus; Liberationes …   Dictionary of Medieval Terms and Phrases

  • PALLIUM — I. PALLIUM Veteribus in genere omne vestimenti genus significavit, quam apertum, tam clausum, ut etiam Toga Pallio rotundum dicatur Isidoro; Abusive pro Palliolo quoque sumi fuisse folitum supra vidimus: Proprie vero ac fimpliciter communique… …   Hofmann J. Lexicon universale

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