Societas Cincinnatorum

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Domus Andersonia sedes Societatis Cincinnatorum in urbe Vasintoniae
Insigne Societatis Cincinnatorum. "Societas Cincinnatorum instituta A.D. 1783

Societas Cincinnatorum (Society of the Cincinnati), est societas honorifica Americana, a Georgio Washingtonio die 13 mensis Maii 1783 condita.

Primi sodales Societatis Cincinnatorum fuerunt milites qui pro libertate Americana obtinenda in bello liberationis dimicaverunt.

Nomen societatis alludit ad Cincinnatum, qui bello finito, ex ense aratrum fecit et perrexit patriae agrum colendo servire.

Societas semper floret et sodales hodierni sunt ei qui ab his primis liberatoribus patriae orti sunt.

Sententia Societatis est latina : Omnia reliquit servare rempublicam quod significare vult "omnia reliquit ad servandam rem publicam".

Sedes societatis est "Domus Andersonia" (Anderson House) in urbe Vasintoniae.

Index bibliographicus[recensere | fontem recensere]

  • Myers, Minor. "Liberty Without Anarchy: A History of the Society of the Cincinnati." University of Virginia Press, 1983.
  • Hünemörder, Markus. The Society of the Cincinnati: Conspiracy and Distrust in Early America. Berghahn Books, 2006.
  • Hoey, Edwin. "A New and Strange Order of Men," American Heritage. (v. 19, issue 5) August 1968.
  • Warren, Winslow. The Society of the Cincinnati: A History of the General Society of the Cincinnati with the Institution of the Order, Massachusetts Society of the Cincinnati, 1929.
  • Hill, Steven. "The Delaware Cincinnati: 1783-1988." Dorrance & Company, Inc. for the Delaware Cincinnati Charitable Trust, 1988.