The latter were the seven soldiers from the same contubernium
(the smallest unit in the army consisting of eight soldiers) as the suicide victim, since they lived close to each other and shared the same sleeping quarters.
The sun was already high in the morning sky when the first contubernium returned with the hangdog Drusus in tow.
I had assured myself that I could return the girl to Carthage with the contubernium that was to bring us the salt, but now I recognized that the matter had to be handled quickly.
Many letters concern Lipsius's contubernium
, the group of students who lived with him (which was increased by two new individuals in September of 1595), and we see clearly how this group remained the source of important contacts that lasted throughout Lipsius's life.
Ni la caste (qui, en droit romain, organisait jadis l'acces aux differents degres de conjugalites, allant du iustum matrimonium, reserve aux citoyens romains, au contubernium
pour les esclaves), ni la religion (qui, en droit canonique empechait notamment les Juifs et les Protestants d' acceder au sacrement), ni encore la politique raciale (qui, dans les systemes segregationnistes, interdisait aux individus de race differente de s'unir) ne conditionnent plus l'exercice de ce droit.
, but it brought with it no civil rights.
36) Although she is often referred to, with some justification, as Vespasian's concubine, Suetonius is careful not to employ that designation here, but to label the relationship as contubernium
, an arrangement of which Treggiari says 'in many ways contubernium
imitates matrimonium iustum'.
Et negabit aliquis mares feminasque ideo conspicuos nasci preserrim in muruam benivolentiam proclives nisi ut videndo, una contubernium
habendo ac simul vitam traducendo oblecrentur?