What the Romans called hospitium dates from much earlier times in the landmass we now call Spain and Portugal. Above you can see how reciprocal hospitality between two communities was formally recorded in pre Roman times on inscribed tablets exchanged between participants from Botorrita, Zaragoza. And to return to the first example again - a later Roman example (below) you can see the inscription on the reverse of the hands which reads: A Token of Hospitality with P. Turullio.
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