Browsing Department of History by Subject "Patronage"
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(Journal of Roman Archaeology L.L.C., supplement 43, 2001-06)During the Republic, the relationship between Roman senators and peregrines, both individuals and communities, was regulated especially by hospitium. Generally speaking, hospitium involves a personal connection developing ...
(ZRG Rom. Abteilung, Volume 105, 1979)The process by which an individual became a civic patron is regulated in several of the municipal codes found in Roman Spain.