thesaurus inventus

thesaurus inventus
Found treasure; treasure-trove.

Ballentine's law dictionary. . 1998.

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  • thesaurus inventus — /dasohras inventas/ In old English law, treasure found; treasure trove …   Black's law dictionary

  • thesaurus inventus est vetus dispositio pecuniae, etc., cujus non extat mode memoria, adeo ut jam dominum non habeat — /tesohras inventas est viytas dispazish(iy)ow pakyuwniyiy, etsetaroram, kyuwjas non ekstat mowdow mamoriya, aediyow at jaem domanam non heybiyat/ Treasure trove is an ancient hiding of money, etc., of which no recollection exists, so that it now… …   Black's law dictionary

  • THESAURUS — pecunia in futuros usus recondita a privatis, ita ut neque memoria exstet, neque dominum habeat, l. 1. ff. de acquir. rer. dom. sive, ut definit M. Aurelius Cassiodorus, l. 6. Ep. 8. Depositiva pecunia, quae longâ temporis vetustate competentes… …   Hofmann J. Lexicon universale

  • inventus — /inventas/ Lat. Found. Thesaurus inventus, treasure trove. Non est inventus, [he] is not found …   Black's law dictionary

  • inventus — /inventas/ Lat. Found. Thesaurus inventus, treasure trove. Non est inventus, [he] is not found …   Black's law dictionary

  • Thesaurus ( Dictionnaire ) — Thesaurus (dictionnaire) Sommaire 1 Définition 2 Exemples 3 Homonymie 4 Notes et références 5 Annexes …   Wikipédia en Français

  • Thesaurus (dictionnaire) — Sommaire 1 Définition 2 Exemples 2.1 Thesauri anciens 2.2 Thesauri contemporains 3 Homonymie …   Wikipédia en Français

  • treasure trove — n [U] valuable objects, such as gold, silver, jewellery, coins and pots, which are found buried in the ground or in a building and have no known owner. According to British law, such objects belong to the king or queen and are offered first to… …   Universalium

  • Treasure trove — A treasure trove may broadly be defined as an amount of gold, silver, gemstones, money, jewellery, or any valuable collection found hidden underground or in places such as cellars or attics, where the treasure seems old enough for it to be… …   Wikipedia

  • LOCA — longâ molest ia demptâ, videre, gratum. Virg. Aen. l. 2. v. 27. solutâ obsidione Troianâ, iuvat ire et Dorica castra Desertosque videre locos, litusque relictum. Quod grandiore gaudio expressn Petron. Arbiter, Edit. Gonsali. de Salas. P. 30. Edit …   Hofmann J. Lexicon universale

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