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Social status and legal privilege in the Roman Empire.

Oxford, Clarendon, 1970.
ISBN 0198251947, 9780198251941

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Subjects Discrimination -- Rome.
Justice -- Administration -- Rome.
Justice, Administration of (Roman law)
Personnes (Droit romain)
Persons (Roman law)
Privileges and immunities (Roman law)
Rome (Empire)
Romeins recht.
Description xiii, 320 pages 23 cm
Copyright Date 1970.
Notes Revision of the author's thesis, Oxford.
Includes bibliographical references (pages 281-287).
Contents pt. 1. Courts : The senatorial court under the Julio-Claudians -- The senatorial court from the Flavians to the Severans -- Emperor, governors, and delegated jurisdiction. part 2. The dual-penalty system : Penalties and the treatment of the accused -- Hadrian and the evolution of the dual-penalty system -- The legal basis of the dual-penalty system. part 3. The civil suit : The praetor -- The judge. part 4. The honestiores : The vocabulary of privilege -- Privileged groups -- Citizens and honestiores -- Differences in rank and the value of legal privilege.
Geographic Area Europe
Middle East
Africa, North
Network Numbers (OCoLC)154280
WorldCat Search OCLC WorldCat
WorldCat Identities Garnsey, Peter.
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