noun, plural lat·i·fun·di·a [lat-uh-fuhn-dee-uh]. /ˌlæt əˈfʌn di ə/. Roman History.
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Example sentences from the Web for latifundium
On the field of agriculture it promotes, as the Rome of old, the latifundia ownership with all its sequences.
The decrease of the rural working population is marked also in England where, as well known, latifundia property reigns supreme.
The latifundia were themselves effects of the policy of conquest and annexation.The Evolution of States|J. M. Robertson
Rome and Italy were poorest off for food at the time when the whole soil of Italy was held by about 3,000 latifundia owners.
Heisterbergk827 thinks that the latifundia were not produced by economic causes, but by vanity and ostentation.Folkways|William Graham Sumner