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bienes patrimoniales

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

  1. franchute Senior Member

    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?

  2. cylentj

    cylentj Senior Member

    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.

  4. franchute Senior Member

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

    Other idea?
  5. cylentj

    cylentj Senior Member

    it usually refers to...

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