Asconius In Pis. 3 Clark is the only witness of the institution of latin colonies in Transpadana (indeed to be extended also to main urban settlements of Cispadana not yet organized in Roman towns forms), in different shapes from the previous ones settled, and of the attribution of ius Latii to the concerned inhabitants, by Pompeius Strabo in 89 BC. Which where those differences is disputed. Overlooked theories of the authors about it, the way in which this new type of colonies was settled and their Constitution are investigated, as well as if their magistrates could achieve Roman citizenship, and eventually in which way, and also if the attribution of ius Latii should be referred just to the inhabitants of these towns or to all Cisalpini, point related to the content of ius Latii starting from 89 BC.
|Titolo tradotto del contributo||[Autom. eng. transl.] Still on the so-called 'fictitious Latin colonies' of Transpadane (Asc. In Pis. 3 Clark)|
|Numero di pagine||48|
|Rivista||QUADERNI LUPIENSI DI STORIA E DIRITTO|
|Stato di pubblicazione||Pubblicato - 2013|
- Ius Latii
- Ius adipiscendae civitatis per magistratum
- Latin colonies