By Adolf Berger
An encyclopedic dictionary, with vast bibliographies, designed for lecturers and scholars of Roman legislation within the school room, for college students of criminal historical past who've very little wisdom of Latin, and for readers of juristic or literary Latin works in translations that will not be trustworthy whilst criminal phrases or difficulties are concerned.
Read Online or Download Encyclopedic Dictionary of Roman Law (Transaction of the American Philosophical Society) PDF
Best encyclopedias & subject guides books
This informative A-to-Z advisor includes the entire fabric a reader must comprehend the position of ladies all through America's political background. It covers the folk, occasions, and phrases fascinated by the heritage of girls and politics.
- Oecd Economic Outlook June 2005 (O E C D Employment Outlook)
- Encyclopedia Small Silver Coins
- Explaining Evil (three volumes)
- Rotational grazing
- Performing Grief: Bridal Laments in Rural China
Extra info for Encyclopedic Dictionary of Roman Law (Transaction of the American Philosophical Society)
See GAIUS,RES COTIDIANAE. Aureus. A Roman gold coin of high value. As a monetary unit it was introduced by Caesar, equal to one hundred sesterces. Its gold content gradually diminished with the various monetary reforms. I n Justinian's legislation it was substituted for one ihousand sesterces (sestertiuun) in classical texts. Syn. SOLIDUS. Lenormant, D S 1; Cesano, Bull. della Commissione archeol, comunale di Roma, 5, 6 (1929, 1930) ; Mattingly, O C D 210 ( s . v . coinage) ; M . Bahrfeldt, Die rom.
OBNUNTIATIO. Wissowa, R E 2 ; idem, Religion u. Kultus der Romer, 1902, Baldus (de Ubaldis). A famous post-gldssator, pupil 454 ; BouchC-Leclercq, D S 1 ; Stella-Maranca, NDI 1 ; of Bartolus, professor of law in various Italian uniEricsson, Arch. fiir Religionmiss. 33 (1936) 294; H . versities. -See GLOSSATORES. Baranger, La thiorie des auspices, Th$se, Paris, 1941; Coli, S D H I 17 (1951) 96. Authenticum. The oricinal of a written document. -Ant. -See EXEMPLUM. Authenticum (or Authenticae sc. Novellae) .
They performed various financial operations such as money changing, purchase and sale of coins, loans on interest, and on mortgage, and the like. 43, FT. 2, 19531 ENCYCLOPEDIC DICTIONARY O F ROMAN LAN' tiones, editio rationum) in trials in which their clients were involved, as evidence even when the banker himself was not a party. The duty to produce their books in court was precisely formulated in the praetorian edict, and a special action was granted against an "gentarius who r ~ f ~ s etod do so.