Some problems in Roman history; ten essays bearing on the administrative and legislative work of Julius Ceaesar, by E. G. Hardy.

Oxford, The Clarendon press, 1924.

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Subjects Caesar, Julius.
Roman law.
Rome -- History -- Republic, 265-30 B.C.
Description xi, 330 p., 1 l. 23 cm.
Contents Some notable iudicia populi on capital charges.--The Transpadane question and the alien act of 65 or 64.--The agrarian proposal of Rullus in 63.--Political and legal aspects of the trial of Rabirius.--Caesar's colony at Novum Comum in 59 B.C.--Caesar's legal position in Gaul from 52 to 49 B. C.--The table of Veleia or the lex Rubria.--The table of Heraclea and the lex Iulia municipalis.--On the lex Iulia municipalis.--Cicero's argument in Pro Balbo 8.19-22.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)03702266
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