Could "donario" be translated like present?

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the text is about classic Greek sculpture

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updated AGO 16, 2009
posted by Natasa

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Mmmm... the word can't even be found in the dictionary, but it almost surely comes from the Late Latin "donarium", meaning "donation" (and before, "offering"), a modern version of the same word.

updated AGO 16, 2009
edited by lazarus1907
posted by lazarus1907
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Of course... Sus obras embellecieron los grandes santuarios, como el perdido donario de los tarantinos... I decided to use "present, offering"

updated AGO 16, 2009
posted by Natasa
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"Donario" is an Italian word, related to "donate" in English. Have you got the text?

updated AGO 16, 2009
posted by lazarus1907