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inns of Greece & Rome and a history of hospitality from the dawn of time to the middle ages
W. C. Firebaugh
|Statement||by W. C. Firebaugh, with an introduction by Wallace Rice and illustrations by Norman Lindsay.|
|Contributions||Lindsay, Norman, 1879-1969.|
|LC Classifications||DE61.H7 F5|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||271|
|LC Control Number||24002338|
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The Inns of Greece & Rome, and a History of Hospitality from the Dawn of Time to the Middle Ages / by W. Firebaugh. with an Introduction by Wallace Rice and Illustrations by Norman Lindsay. Firebaugh, W. Lindsay, Norman () Ill. The Inns of Greece and Rome. This book, The Inns of Greece Greece & Rome, and a history of Hospitality from the Dawn of Time to the Middle Ages, by W.
Firebaugh, is a subgenre of history. It collects the material from the extant collection of classical texts on, as titled, the inns and taverns, their patrons and proprietors, their wines and. Get this from a library.
The inns of Greece & Rome, and a history of hospitality from the dawn of time to the Middle Ages. [W C Firebaugh]. Get this from a library. The inns of Greece & Rome, and a history of hospitality from the dawn of time to the middle ages. [W C Firebaugh; Norman Lindsay; Katherine Golden Bitting Collection on Gastronomy (Library of Congress)].
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Firebaugh, with an Introduction by Wallace Rice and Illustrations by Norman Lindsay, Chicago: Pascal Covici; ; pp. THE INNS OF GREECE AND ROME CHAPTER V. Grecian inns of the fifth century before Christ — The inns of the pleasure-loving Athenians — The.
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The Inns of Greece and Rome: And a History of Hospitality from the Dawn of Time to the Middle Ages by W. Firebaugh and Norman Lindsay and Wallace Rice Hardcover $ This article discusses the notions of hospitality, or hospitium, among the Romans and how this affected their social relations.
It shows that the practice of hospitality was viewed in a positive light, and may have been important in lessening conflicts. It then differentiates between guest friendship and hospitality, and looks at the sacred character of hospitality.
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