10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «PATRICIATE»
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A Critical History of Early Rome: From Prehistory to the ...
died out, it is more reasonable to suppose that these three families enjoyed
prominence during the fifth century but failed to become part of the patriciate, and
then reemerged again in the fourth century as important plebeian clans in the
Men of Empire: Power and Negotiation in Venice's Maritime State
By the early fifteenth century, the legal requirements for membership in the
Venetian patriciate became more stringently focused on patrilineal descent,
meaning that many of the Veneto-Cretans who claimed patrician status were in
danger of ...
Medieval and Renaissance Venice
Queller, Venetian Patriciate, p. ix. 39. Guido Ruggiero, review of The Venetian
Patriciate, by Donald E. Queller, four- nal of European Economic History 16 (
Winter 1987): 628. Other reviewers noted his "unprecedentedly thorough
accounts of ...
Ellen E. Kittell, Thomas F. Madden, 1999
families who became bishops and members of cathedral chapters, particularly in
the colonial east, the frequent exchange of individuals between country nobility
and the patriciate into feudal classes and court officialdom — all these are clear ...
Ruling Class, regime and Reformation at Strasbourg ...
As to the absolute size of the Strasbourg patriciate around 1500, Kageneck's
estimate of forty to fifty families or households is probably close to the mark,
though it is sooner too high than too low. The number of politically active families
The United Nations and Other International Institutions: A ...
If the dominant culture of the league was German, the dominant class was
patrician, collectively known as the patriciate. It dominated the league directly
when the league was private, and indirectly through the cities and their municipal
Frederick Henry Gareau, 2002
Women, Production, and Patriarchy in Late Medieval Cities
The term "patriciate" has been given no precise definition. The traditional
description emphasized the constitutional aspects of the elite's rule; a patriciate
was "eines engen, abgeschlossen Kreises alter Familien, die vor allem in den
Social Struggles in Archaic Rome: New Perspectives on the ...
On the other hand, it is equally out of the question that at such a remote date
these could have been “plebeian” gentilicia. Because it avoids both these
problems, Momigliano's hypothesis gains plausibility in my opinion. As for the
Economy and Society: An Outline of Interpretive Sociology
In some cases the rise of the patriciate in this area was based on status and
economic differences already present at the time of creation of the burgher
association. This was true even for newly founded cities: The 24 coniura- tores
fori in ...
Max Weber, Guenther Roth, Claus Wittich, 1978
The Beginnings of Rome: Italy and Rome from the Bronze Age ...
As we have seen, tradition maintains that the patriciate originated during the
regal period. Some modern historians, however, believe that it emerged only
under the Republic, when the men who expelled the king and held office during
7 NEWS ITEMS WHICH INCLUDE THE TERM «PATRICIATE»
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Three suspects arrested for Guns and Gold Pawn Shop burglary
The fourth female suspect known to patriciate in the burglary as the getaway driver is described as a Caucasian, Hispanic and Peruvian with ... «Valencia County News Bulletin, May 15»
From White Knight to Thief
... Protestant, moneyed patriciate; both had attended Groton School and Harvard. This shared inheritance, however, didn't keep Whitney from ... «New York Times, Sep 14»
Cricket as a metaphor for life
Some of the old guard patriciate were getting tetchy that the team might continue to win, and the working classes crash more barriers, get in ... «ESPNcricinfo.com, Jun 14»
'The Story of the Jews: Finding the Words, 1000 BC-1492 AD,' by …
... thrice-married sister of Agrippa II, Berenice (also said to be her brother's lover), to the point where some of the horrified patriciate assumed he ... «Washington Post, Mar 14»
A campaign to Cause an Effect
... productive environment for the differently-abled to patriciate in different programmes involving music, art, agriculture and manufacturing. «Trinidad Guardian, May 13»
Harold Bloom: An Uncommon Reader
To Bloom, first as a grad student and then a young professor, these sons of the patriciate “seemed the enemy, if only because they assumed ... «New York Times, May 11»
The Aristocracy and Its Discontents
No one, not even Mrs. Astor, could have turned this tinsel patriciate into a first-rate one. The trial has had the unintended consequence of ... «Wall Street Journal, Jul 09»