naulum


naulum
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  • NAULUM — urbecula in Ora Occidentali maris Ligustici, in planitie, alias sui iuris, nunc sub Genuensib. Portu caret, et deficit in dies. Vulgo Noli …   Hofmann J. Lexicon universale

  • naulum — /nolam/ In the civil law, the freight or fare paid for the transportation of cargo or passengers over the sea in a vessel. This is a Latinized form of a Greek word …   Black's law dictionary

  • naulum — (Civil law.) Freight; fare; money paid for passage on a ship …   Ballentine's law dictionary

  • naulum — …   Useful english dictionary

  • NAULUM Charontis — dicebatur olim obolus, qui defunctorum ori indi solebat, ut animarum portitori Charonti merces solveretur. Non enim solum in os iniecta est gleba, ut patet ex M. Tullio de LL. l. 2. et Festo l. 14. sed et sive in tumba, sive in pyra reconditô… …   Hofmann J. Lexicon universale

  • noliser — [ nɔlize ] v. tr. <conjug. : 1> • nauliser 1520; it. noleggiare, de nolo « fret »; lat. naulum, gr. naulon ♦ Mar., comm. Affréter, fréter (un navire). Navire nolisé. Par anal. Noliser un avion. ⇒ chartériser. Avion nolisé. ⇒ charter. ●… …   Encyclopédie Universelle

  • Charon's obol — Charon and Psyche (1883), a pre Raphaelite interpretation of the myth by John Roddam Spencer Stanhope Charon s obol is an allusive term for the coin placed in or on the mouth[1] of a dead person before burial. According to …   Wikipedia

  • fret — Fret, m. Signifie la conduction d un vaisseau de mer, ou plustost le pris pour lequel il est loué pour transporter d un port à autre, soit marchandises, soit passagiers, Naulum. Selon ce on dit, accorder du fret, payer pour le fret, De naulo… …   Thresor de la langue françoyse

  • Danake — The Gorgon s head is a frequent numismatic icon (here with anchor on reverse) that may appear on a danake The danake or danace (Greek: δανάκη) was a small silver coin of the Persian Empire (Old Persian dânake), equivalent to the Greek obol …   Wikipedia

  • Naulon — (gr., lat. Naulum), das Fährgeld, welches dem Charon mitgegeben wurde, s.u. Danake …   Pierer's Universal-Lexikon


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