bienes patrimoniales

Discussion in 'Spanish-English Vocabulary / Vocabulario Español-Inglés' started by franchute, Oct 16, 2008.

  1. franchute Senior Member

    Colombia-Spanish
    HI! I don't have much context. It's in a title, but it refers to objects like art works, bones found, etc that are in a museum and belong to society.

    my try: heritage goods?

    Thanks
     
  2. cylentj

    cylentj Senior Member

    Miami
    Español/English/Català
    Family Heirloom.

    "Patrimonio" comes from the Latin Father and it usually refers to a family heirloom not society. It is the family's possetions that are handed down from generation to generation.
     
  3. anatb Junior Member

    Spanish & galician
    cierto, Patrimonio suele usarse para una familia, pero tambien nos encontramos con los famosos PAtrimonio de la Humanidad.

    Podría traducirse como PAtrimonio Comun.

    slds
     
  4. franchute Senior Member

    Colombia-Spanish
    yes, but this bienes patrimoniales refers to a museum, so it cannot be family heirloom.

    Other idea?
     
  5. cylentj

    cylentj Senior Member

    Miami
    Español/English/Català
    it usually refers to...
     

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