Ancora qualche riflessione su Gai. 3.56 e sulle finzioni della lex Iunia

Translated title of the contribution: [Autom. eng. transl.] A few more reflections on Gai. 3.56 and on the fictions of the lex Iunia

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Abstract

The work takes into account Giorgio Luraschi’s essays, and especially those on the Latini coloniarii and the Latini luniani, in order to describe these last ones’ system of laws and analyse Gai. 3.56 as the only existing account on the lex lunia. Concerning this the fictio implying false the Latin colonies deductio is considered to be the only way for informally manumitted slaves to acquire Latinity. Besides the expression “ac si lex lata non esset” is not considered to be a further fictio but rather a mere explanation given by the jurist about the effects of the rule.
Translated title of the contribution[Autom. eng. transl.] A few more reflections on Gai. 3.56 and on the fictions of the lex Iunia
Original languageItalian
Title of host publicationIncorrupta Antiquitas. Studi di Storia, Epigrafia e Diritto in memoria di Giorgio Luraschi
Pages131-173
Number of pages43
Publication statusPublished - 2017
EventIncontr di studio in memoria di Giorgio Luraschi - Como (ITALIA)
Duration: 25 May 201226 May 2012

Conference

ConferenceIncontr di studio in memoria di Giorgio Luraschi
CityComo (ITALIA)
Period25/5/1226/5/12

Keywords

  • Fiction, lex Iunia, Latinity
  • fictio, lex Iunia, Latinitas

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