coemptio


coemptio
A fictitious sale of an estate to relieve it of sacrificial duties attached to it; a marriage ceremony depicting the sale of bride and groom to one another. See the derivative term coemption.

Ballentine's law dictionary. . 1998.

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  • COEMPTIO — unum fuit ex tribus Nuptiarum apud Romanos generibus, indigitatum Virgilio, l. 1. Georg. v. 31. Teque sibi generum Tetbys emat omnibus undis. Ubi Servius, Tribus, inquit, modis apud Veteres nuptiae fiebani. Usu; si verbi gratiâ aulier annô cum… …   Hofmann J. Lexicon universale

  • coemptio — kōˈempshē(ˌ)ō, emptē noun ( s) Etymology: Latin Roman law : a ceremony symbolizing the sale of a woman to a man and bringing the woman under the manus of the man usually (1) as a plebeian marriage but sometimes (2) as a device of the woman to… …   Useful english dictionary

  • coemptio — co·emp·tio …   English syllables

  • coemptio — /kowem(p)shiyow/ One of the modes in which marriage was contracted among the Romans …   Black's law dictionary

  • coemptio — /kowem(p)shiyow/ One of the modes in which marriage was contracted among the Romans …   Black's law dictionary

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  • Duenos Inscription — The Duenos inscription, as recorded by Heinrich Dressel. The Duenos Inscription is one of the earliest known Old Latin texts, dating from the 7th century BC. It is inscribed on the sides of a kernos, in this case a trio of small globular vases… …   Wikipedia


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