Campaga (Campacus, Gambocus, or Campobus)

Campaga (Campacus, Gambocus, Or Campobus), was a kind of ornamental shoe worn by emperors and kings. At a later period it was worn by the higher ecclesiastics at Rome, and by others elsewhere, but in disregard of the special privileges claimed in regard to it by Roman authorities. See Gregory Magnus, Epis. lib. vii, ep. 28.

Bible concordance for CAMP.

Definition of camp

See also the International Standard Bible Encyclopedia.

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