Peregrini

PEREGRINI, civil law. Under the denomination of peregrini were comprehended all who did not enjoy any capacity of the law, namely, slaves, alien enemies, and such foreigners as belonged to nations with which the Romans bad not established relations. Sav. Dr. Rom. Sec. 66.

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Contract:as part of the hlf funded peregrini lindisfarne landscape partnership scheme it is proposed to upgrade the reading room in holy island, lindisfarne.
As part of the Heritage Lottery Fund-backed (HLF) Peregrini Lindisfarne Landscape Partnership Scheme, which covers Holy Island, the missing poles have now been replaced.
As the Roman Empire disintegrated and travel became more dangerous, Celtic Christians and their wandering peregrini like Brendan and Columbanus undertook missionary journeys.
Chaves, en los momentos iniciales y probablemente durante buena parte de la etapa republicana, Roma dejo en manos indigenas la explotacion y canalizacion de aquellos recursos que no podia controlar directamente por falta de una infraestructura administrativa adecuada, aunque, dado que los peregrini, colectivo en el que se hallaba la mayor parte de los hispanos, no podian ser propietarios utiles de unos bienes cuyo propietario eminente era el Estado, quedo abierta la puerta a la participacion de medianos y pequenos comerciantes y soldados licenciados (53).
Peregrini e un ecclesiastico, e sulla base della sua fede ragionata, fornisce all'aspirante letterato di corte un prontuario di precetti valido sia nell'ambito secolare sia nel controverso mondo della religiosita cattolica.
In each section of the pilgrimage, characters, stories and adventures accumulate: "In accordance with the omnes sumus peregrini super terram in the Bible; his pilgrimage is instituted as an allegory of human life that rises to perfection [.
Item, si incendat turrim in qua cum hostibus, casu, peregrini bello extranei includuntur; quia causa damni huius est in se honesta, et malum innocentium mere per accidens sequitur, nec intenditilr, sed tantum permittitur>>.
All the names of the dedicators are Roman, yet two had peregrini fathers, one Semitic the other Greek, and almost all male dedicators were political and religious public officials.
En cambio, otra parte importante, constituida por peregrini, incolae y esclavos, se desconoce casi por completo, al no haberse excavado la necropolis.
10, 51, 52: "Callimachus iacet hic peregrini cultor amoris,/ Fannia cui tumulum fecit et exequias").