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 Pater familias - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The pater familias was the eldest or ranking male in a Roman household.
If a child was unwanted, under the Roman Republic the pater familias had the power to order the child put to death by exposure.
The pater familias has the power to approve or reject marriages of his sons and daughters; however, an edict of the Emperor Caesar Augustus provided that the pater familias could not withhold that permission lightly.
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 Pater familias   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-07)
The pater familias has the power to approve or reject marriages of his sons and daughters; however, an edict of the Emperor Augustus provided that the pater familias could not withhold that permission lightly.
Pater Familie organisatie Pater legt de geschiedenis vast van de families Pater, De Pater en Paters.
Asociación Familias Numerosas Castellón, Fanucas Asociación sin animo de lucro que tiene como misión cooperar a la defensa, mejora y perfeccionamiento de los derechos otorgados a las familias numerosas por la legislación vigente.
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 Pater familias - Wikipedia
Die Macht des pater familias wurde patria potestas, „väterliche Macht“ genannt.
Der pater familias hatte die Macht die Hochzeit eines Sohnes oder einer Tochter zu billigen oder sie zu verhindern.
Der pater familias übte das Hausrecht aus und vertrat den Oikos (das Haus) nach Aussen.
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 Pater familias - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
He had the power to sell his children into slavery; Roman law provided, however, that if a child has been sold as a slave three times, he is no longer subject to the patria potestas.
Those who lived in their own households at the time of the father's death succeeded to the status of pater familias over their respective households.
Over time, the absolute authority of the pater familias tended to be weakened, and rights that theoretically existed were no longer enforced or insisted upon.
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 Glossary of Roman Law   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-07)
If the common male ancestor (pater familias) was alive, the agnates were all in his patria potestas.
*pater familias - the “head of the household,” holding the patria potestas over all descendants, male and female, through the male line (i.e., the agnatic family).
The powers of a pater familias did not cease until his death.
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 Pater familias   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-07)
The pater familias has the power to approve or reject marriages of his sons anddaughters; however, an edict of the Emperor Augustus provided that the pater familias could not withhold that permission lightly.
Even male adult children remained under the authority of their fathers while he still lived, and could not acquire therights of a pater familias while he was yet alive; at least in legal theory, all their property was acquired on behalfof their fathers, and he, not they, had ultimate authority to dispose of it.
Over time, the absolute authority of the pater familias tended to be weakened, and rights that theoretically existedwere no longer enforced or insisted upon.
www.therfcc.org /pater-familias-11097.html   (282 words)

  
 EL PATER FAMILIAS EN ROMA   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-07)
Pater familias no significa forzosamente connotaciones de ascendencia o descendencia biológica, porque podía no tenerlas, sino que se refiere a una situación de independencia económica jurídica.
Este poder en que se basaba la familia primitiva romana, conlleva distintas denominaciones según se refiera a la mujer (manus) o a las demás personas sometidas al pater (patria potestas), pero tratándose siempre del mismo plexo de poderes emanado de una sola persona.
La autoridad que el pater familias ejercía sobre los integrantes de su familia era un poder absoluto que no se diferenciaba de manera alguna respecto de la persona que recayese, así fueran los aliena iuris, o la mujer sujeta por la conventio in manu o los esclavos; limitándose tan solo a variar su denominación.
www.taverayasociados.net /elpaterfamiliasenroma.htm   (468 words)

  
 PATRIA POTESTAS   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-07)
Die patria potestas des pater familias, des männlichen Familienoberhauptes, war für das Familien- und Eheleben rechtlich konstitutiv.
Die patria potestas wurde in der Realität des Alltags weniger durch Exzesse der Terrorisierung durch den pater familias deutlich, obwohl Quellen von Einzelfällen berichten.
Sie zeigte sich jedoch auch in einer aus heutiger Sicht entsetzlichen Form, in der Entscheidungsgewalt des pater familias über die Aussetzung neugeborener Kinder, die der pater familias nicht aufziehen konnte oder wollte, sei es aus finanziellen Gründen, weil sie Bastarde waren, debil oder schlicht Mädchen.
www.toonorama.com /encyclopedia/P/Patria_Potestas   (190 words)

  
 Pater familias   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-07)
If a child unwanted under the Roman Republic the pater familias had the power to order the put to death by exposure.
The pater familias has the power to approve or marriages of his sons and daughters; however edict of the Emperor Augustus provided that the pater familias could not withhold that permission lightly.
Over time the absolute authority of the pater familias tended to be weakened and rights theoretically existed were no longer enforced or upon.
www.freeglossary.com /Pater_familias   (418 words)

  
 Encyclopedia: Pater familias   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-07)
A monument celebrating the emancipation of slaves in the British Empire in 1834, erected in Victoria Tower Gardens, Millbank, Westminster, London Look up Slavery in Wiktionary, the free dictionary Slavery can mean one or more related conditions which involve control of a person against his or her will, enforced by...
Bust of Augustus Caesar Caesar Augustus (Latin: IMP·CAESAR·DIVI·F·AVGVSTVS)¹ (23 September 63 BC – 19 August AD 14), known earlier in his life as Gaius Octavius or Gaius Julius Caesar Octavianus, was the first Roman Emperor and is traditionally considered the greatest.
Latin phrases Honor killing is the practice of a family member killing a female relative when that female relative has been considered to have brought dishonor to the family, often through unwarranted sexual activity.
www.nationmaster.com /encyclopedia/Pater-familias   (714 words)

  
 Rome Exposed - Marriage and Customs and Roman Women
Coemptio was a fictitious sale by which the pater familias of the woman, or her guardian if she had one, transferred her to the man in marriage.
In the time of Augustus a law was passed forbidding the pater familias from refusing his consent without showing valid reason.
Betrothal involved the girl being promised in solemn form by her pater familias or guardian to the man if he was independent, or to the head of his house.
www.classicsunveiled.com /romel/html/marrcustwom.html   (2174 words)

  
 Sculpture Garden - Pater Familias
Pater Familias is welded and bolted by Lincoln Shatz.
Pater Familias is Latin for "Father of the Family." This sculpture has a story to it - but only some people might recognize it and some may not.
Pater Familias' movement is that I can walk around it, and it looks like it's moving.
www.wilmette39.org /virtualmuseum/museum03/sculpture/pater.htm   (370 words)

  
 Roman Marriage   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-07)
The head of each household (pater familas) had to agree, and the two contracting parties had to be of opposite sexes and had to have reached puberty (later standardized at age 12 for girls and 14 for boys).
If the marriage was "in manum", she and all of her property became the property of the husband (actually of his pater familias) and she was the equivalent of a daughter in her husband's household.
Since she was released from her pater familias, and since she wasn't in the hand (in manum) of her husband, she acquired some freedom but she also would lose the protection and support that family life provided.
www.mmdtkw.org /VRomanMarriage.html   (959 words)

  
 La familia romana: pater familias, esposa, hijos, clientes y esclavos
La base de la sociedad romana fue la familia, la familia integrada de pleno en la gens, la tribu a la que pertenecía que a su vez se integraba en una sociedad formada por otras tribus formadas por familias, ramas todas ellas de un mismo árbol fuerte.
El pater familias es la máxima autoridad familiar gracias a la Patria Potestad de que dispone, por la cual él es la ley dentro de la familia y todos los demás miembros deben obediencia a sus decisiones.
En conjunto, la familia romana funcionaba como un micro universo en el que cada miembro tenía un papel definido, cada una de ellas tenía un pater familias y cada gens tenía a su líder natural.
www.historialago.com /leg_01031_lafamilia_01.htm   (2848 words)

  
 Dictionary of Classical Antiquities, page 233   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-07)
The Latin name for a house­hold community, consisting of the master of the house (pMer fdmUlds), his wife (rndter familias), his sons and unmarried daughters (flltt and filial familias), the wives, sons, and unmarried daughters of the sons, and the slaves.
All the other members of the family were subject to the authority of the pater familias.
The pater familias alone had the right of making dispositions of the family property by mortgage, sale, or testament.
www.ancientlibrary.com /seyffert/0236.html   (710 words)

  
 Pater Familias
Pater familias è un film particolare, un andare oltre con la mdp, un mostrare una realtà inimmaginabile a lungo taciuta, il cui personaggio principale, alter- ego del regista compie un viaggio spirituale dentro se stesso.
Pater Familias, opera prima di Francesco Patierno, presentato a Berlino nella sezione PANORAMA al 53.
Pater Familias ha bisogno di un pubblico attento.
spazioinwind.libero.it /gufare/pater.htm   (1529 words)

  
 Bonus pater familias   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-07)
A expressão latina é pater familias, com «s», e não pater familiae, porque se manteve um genitivo arcaico, tal como noutras expressões relativas a uma qualidade jurídica e familiar, designadamente em filius familias.
As estruturas sociais romanas concebem esta familia como uma unidade económica e jurídica subordinada a uma pessoa.
E não a um qualquer pater, mas ao bonus pater familias, numa apreciação assumidamente não só estatística (de normalidade), mas também moral ou, diríamos, «normativa».
muriasjuridico.no.sapo.pt /eBonusPater.htm   (639 words)

  
 Patriarch - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Originally a patriarch was a man who exercised autocratic authority as a pater familias over an extended family.
This is a Greek word, a composition of "πάτερ" (pater) meaning father and "άρχων" (archon) meaning leader, chief, ruler, king, etc.
Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob are referred to as the three patriarchs of Judaism, and the period in which they lived is called the Patriarchal Age.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Patriarch   (558 words)

  
 The Rocking Chair
As a contemporary pater familias I wonder at the existence of the fates, always females.
Goddesses personified the ideal mater familias which the Roman pater familias refused to recognize.
pater familias traveled from Rome on their "all roads lead to Rome" out and footheld all through the known world and remains with us today.
www.suite101.com /discussion.cfm/folklore/35801/243445   (1027 words)

  
 Pater familias - definition erklärung bedeutung glossar zu Pater familias   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-07)
Pater familias - definition erklärung bedeutung glossar zu Pater familias
Pater familias Definitionen, Erklärungen sowie Bedeutungen zu Pater familias
Nach dem Zwölftafelgesetz hatte der pater familias die vitae necisque potestas – die Macht über Tod und Leben – über seine Kinder, seine Frau und seine Sklaven die sub manu – "unter seiner Hand".
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 Bouvier
One who was sui juris and consequently was not either under parental power, nor under that of a master; a child in his cradle, therefore, could have been pater familias, if he had neither a master nor a father.
This expression is used in the French law to signify that in a succession, the property coming from the father of the deceased, descends to his paternal relations.
This word is a modification of the, Latin word pater, father; a denomination applied by Romulus to the first, senators of Rome, and which they always afterwards bore.
www.jusbelli.com /Bouvier/bouvier1856_pater.html   (2772 words)

  
 Pater Familias Encyclopedia Article, Definition, History, Biography   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-07)
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 reVision - Cinema - Pater Familias
Pater familias (la definizione latina diviene un paradosso del significato alto che culturalmente rappresenta da millennni) per caso, per inerzia, per un gesto disperato e antico, per cui avere una famiglia significa unicamente possedere un luogo dove esercitare potere e sfogare frustrazioni, una enclave dove si può essere tiranni contando sul silenzio dei sudditi.
Colori freddi e decisi nell'oggi, caldi quelli di ieri, Pater Familias procede per flashback in questo modo attraverso i ricordi di Matteo, quel passato che s'insinua nel presente non per riproporsi ma per concludersi.
Lo ieri è quasi spiato da una mdp instabile, ma nulla a che vedere con la hidden camera furtiva del realismo che conosciamo, questo spiare riconduce ai ricordi di Matteo, sguardi che si gettano su una storia privata di cui non sapremmo mai abbastanza.
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What was the term for the procedure by which a pater familias became a son in a different family?
In the sixth Scipio family the pater familias (whom I have called Publius) had 3 sons.
All the sons are dead and our beloved pater familias decides to adopt a son from the Gens Aemilia so save his family from extinction (see p.
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 Nieuwsselectie: Binnenland
Prins Claus maakte gisteravond een ironische toespeling op de moeizaam verlopen gesprekken met Máxima's vader: "Als pater familias, die zich soms afvraagt of pater familias nog een functie is die in de wereld betekenis heeft, wil ik Máxima in de kring van de familie opnemen."
En er is nog een pater familias in het spel: Wim Kok, minister-president van Nederland.
Dat is het werk van de pater familias, die geduld en vertrouwen heeft gevraagd - en die vriendelijk laat verzoeken dat nog even vol te houden.
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 La vita quotidiana nella Roma Antica   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-07)
Accanto al pater familias, c'è la mater familias, cioè la donna, in grado di dare al marito dei figli legittimi.
Più semplicemente, quando una giovane si univa in matrimonio, diventava mater familias: ciò indica il riconoscimento che il diritto romano fa, dell'onore, della maestà e della dignità della donna romana, nella sua funzione di madre.
Il rapporto tra i coniugi si fondava, almeno idealmente, sulla reciproca fedeltà; si riduce il potere assoluto del pater familias e si afferma una relativa parità tra i due sessi, all'interno della famiglia.
www.italiadonna.it /public/percorsi/01052/0105222.htm   (549 words)

  
 Roman Kids   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-07)
However the adopted who was a person alieni iuris was a subject of a transaction performed between two pater familias and consequently he was transferred from the authority of the hitherto father under the authority of a new father.
The term adrogatio itself originated from the way the transaction was performed that is from rogatio directed during comitia curiata by pater familias to the gathered populus.
It was a position of a son born not only from a marriage recognized by the law but also from such marriage in which a mother was mater familias, that is where she was subjected her husband's authority.
famromo.wiccan.net /kids.htm   (836 words)

  
 Pater Familias
Wie er de premisse van Pater Familias op naleest, denkt met een variant (lees: omgekeerde versie) van Spike Lee’s 25th Hour te maken te hebben.
Hoezeer regisseur Francesco Patierno met zijn film evenveel goede kritieken zou willen loswringen, Pater Familias is een erg triestige bedoening, gelardeerd met een slecht acterende cast, onovertuigend scenario en gefakete gevoelens.
Pater Familias wil overkomen als een aangrijpende, schokkende film, maar is niet meer dan een lauw, ronduit slecht debuut van een lamlendige filmmaker!
www.filmsalon.be /pater.html   (618 words)

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