The Iudicium quinquevirale, by Charles Henry Coster.

Cambridge, Mass., The Mediaeval Academy of America, 1935.

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KJA3570 .C67 1935
Other Title Codex Theodosianus.
Subjects Boethius, -524.
Courts -- Rome.
Criminal procedure (Roman law)
Rome. Senate.
Trials (Treason)
Trials -- Rome.
Description vii, 87 p. 26 cm.
Notes The Iudicium quinquevirale was a judiciary committee of the Roman Senate, formed to deal only with cases in which magnates were accused of very serious crimes.
Contents Composition and function of the Iudicium quinquevirale.--The struggle between Valentinian and the Senate.--The reaction under Gratian and the creation of the Iudicium quinquevirale.--Questions concerning the jurisdiction of the Iudicium quinquevirale.--The trial of Arvandus.--The trial of Basilius and Praetextatus.--The trial of Boethius.--Conclusion.
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