Gli studi sulla cittadinanza romana prima e dopo le ricerche di Giorgio Luraschi

Translated title of the contribution: [Autom. eng. transl.] Studies on Roman citizenship before and after research by Giorgio Luraschi

Stefano Barbati

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Abstract

The purpose of the essay is to proceed to an overview of Giorgio Luraschi’s researches about the Roman citizenship, compared to the previous studies on it, and to check how they have been discussed by Scholars. The analysis of leges de civitate issued between 90 and 89, to which Giorgio Luraschi paid much attention, done, Luraschi’s thought on the gain of Roman citizenship by strangers (with brief references to the loss of civitas) is systematically organized, inspecting the characters of the procedure and the effects of citizens’ registers, not bypassed ways in which Latins could reach Roman citizenship, in force of ius migrandi (and the connected effects of citizens’ registers in that particular issue) and of ius adispicendae civitatis per magistratum (and the related topic of double citizenship in late republican times), and ending with the exclusion of the gain of Roman citizenship by birth in the particular matter ruled by the lex Minicia de liberis, as conceived, in relation to the date, object and people interested by the law, by Giorgio Luraschi (and other Scholars).
Translated title of the contribution[Autom. eng. transl.] Studies on Roman citizenship before and after research by Giorgio Luraschi
Original languageItalian
Pages (from-to)1-46
Number of pages46
JournalRIVISTA DI DIRITTO ROMANO
Volume12
Publication statusPublished - 2012

Keywords

  • Giorgio Luraschi’s Researches on the Roman Citizenship
  • Giorgio Luraschi’s Thought upon Gain and Loss of Roman Citizenship
  • Late Republican Roman Era
  • Leges de civitate 90-89 b.C.
  • State of Art about Roman Citizenship in Late Republican Period

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