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-2 Latinitas huius rei dubia est. Corrige si potes. Vide {{latinitas}}.
Orbi. Pictura Thomae Kennington, oleum in carbaso, 1885.
Orphan on mother's grave (1888)
Orbus ad matris sepulcrum. Pictura ab Uroš Predić anno 1888 facta.
Puella Afganica in orphanotrophio Caburae Ianuario 2002.

Orbus, vel orphanus (Graece ορφανός[1]), est impubes qui a genitoribus reicitur vel cuius genitores mortui sunt. Orphani multi in orphanotrophia mittuntur, sed pueri saepe paupertati, laboris impuberum vel obligatis, mercatui hominum, vel suicidio compelluntur. Causa orbitatis saepe paupertas vel morbus mentis esse potest.

Nexus interni

Notae[recensere | fontem recensere]

  1. ὀρφανός, Henry George Liddell, Robert Scott, A Greek–English Lexicon, on Perseus

Bibliographia[recensere | fontem recensere]

Generalia[recensere | fontem recensere]

  • Bullen, John. 1985. "Orphans, Idiots, Lunatics, and More Idiots: Recent Approaches to the History of Child Welfare in Canada." Histoire Sociale: Social History 18, no. 35 (Maius): 133–145.
  • Harrington, Joel F. 2009. The Unwanted Child: The Fate of Foundlings, Orphans and Juvenile Criminals in Early Modern Germany.
  • Keating, Janie. 2009. A Child for Keeps: The History of Adoption in England, 1918–45.
  • Miller, Timothy S. 2009. The Orphans of Byzantium: Child Welfare in the Christian Empire.
  • Safley, Thomas Max. 2006. Children of the Laboring Poor: Expectation and Experience among the Orphans of Early Modern Augsburg.
  • Schulz, H., H. Radebold, et J. Reulecke. 2013. Söhne ohne Väter. Erfahrungen der Kriegsgeneration. Christoph Links Verlag. ISBN 978-3-86284-228-5/
  • Sen, Satadru. 2007. "The orphaned colony: Orphanage, child and authority in British India." Indian Economic and Social History Review 44, no. 4 (Oct-Dec): 463–88.
  • Terpstra, Nicholas. 2005. Abandoned Children of the Italian Renaissance: Orphan Care in Florence and Bologna.

Civitates Foederatae[recensere | fontem recensere]

  • Berebitsky, Julie. 2000. Like Our Very Own: Adoption and the Changing Culture of Motherhood, 1851–1950.
  • Carp, E. Wayne, ed. 2003. Adoption in America: Historical Perspectives.
  • Hacsi, Timothy A. 1997. A Second Home: Orphan Asylums and Poor Families in America.
  • Herman, Ellen. 2008. Kinship by Design: A History of Adoption in the Modern United States. ISBN 978-0-226-32760-0.
  • Kleinberg, S. J. 2006. Widows And Orphans First: The Family Economy And Social Welfare Policy, 1880–1939.
  • Miller, Julie. 2007. Abandoned: Foundlings in Nineteenth-Century New York City.

Nexus externi[recensere | fontem recensere]

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