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Compascuus

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  1. Latin for commonly grazed, and hence often used in the forms ager compascuus (common pasture land) and compascuum (the common pasture)

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  2. This ancient term is still preserved in some placenames in Drenthe

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  3. In the early republic, there were three kinds of land, private, public and common pasture

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  4. The Lex Agraria, that formalized the existing situation after the land reforms, set limits on how much cattle an individual could graze on ager compascuus without having to pay dues

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