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Synonyms for patrician

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a person of refined upbringing and manners

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befitting a person of noble origin

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belonging to or characteristic of the nobility or aristocracy

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Visiones quas in Purgatorio sancti Patricii vidit Georgius miles de Ungaria A.
There is a linguistic thread leading directly from hoi polloi, plethos and plenus to another Latin word, plebs, which we use disparagingly in English, but which in Ancient Rome was the official term for the lowest class in society and the direct opposite to the nobility or patricii (ultimately related to words we have in English such as 'patrician' 'patriotic' 'paternal' and even 'father').
de Saltrey's Tractatus Sancti Patricii, Marie's Espurgatoire assimilates the story of Saint Patrick's journey to the Otherworld within the romance tradition.
Cabezas de las familias mas distinguidas y jefes de una gens, a cuyos hijos mayores se les denominaba patricii.
En los inicios de la historia de Roma, era el perteneciente a los patricii, en calidad de senor de un cliens, cliente, actitud que tuvo una situacion menos aspera con el correr de los anos.
85) The earliest example known to me are the canons attributed to St Patrick See Synodus I sancti Patricii 12-13, in L.
Aldrovandus himself published nothing about "Geologia," but some forty years after his death, Bartholomeus Ambrosinus compiled from the material left by Aldrovandus the great folio volume bearing the title: Ulyssis Aldrovandi Patricii Bononiensis Musaeum Metallicum in Libros IIII distributum Bartholomaeus Ambrosinus .
The Irish of the high Middle Ages, who reawakened the European imagination beginning with the Carolingian period, left us many sketches, indeed whole plans for monasteries conceived as ideal cities, spaces of perfect harmony between man and his creator: this, according to the Vita Sancti Patricii (Life of Saint Patrick), was the concept behind the Armagh plan, which included a learned numerology based on the sacred septenary.