his paper contains a juridical analysis of a piece of a bronze land register recently published and found in Verona by archaeologist Giuliana Cavalieri Manasse during the excavations of the city’s Capitolium, the temple built approximately between 40 and 20 B.C. (that is shortly after the shift of the city itself from the left side of the Adige, where the Cenomane village existed, to the right side of the river where the new Roman city was built). The land register was posted on a wall of the triportico that was part of the temple, next to another form of a bronze land register, probably more recent, which was published in 2000 by archaeologist Cavalieri Manasse. These are very important pieces because of their rarity: in fact, many texts of Corpus Agrimensorum Romanorum speak about land registers, but the epigraphic documentation is so far limited both to a small frag- ment in bronze by Lacimurga (published in Spain in the Nineties) and of course to the land registers of Orange (which however differ from the land registers of the centurion because of their predominant fiscal function).
|Titolo tradotto del contributo||[Autom. eng. transl.] the new land registry of Verona. Historical-legal analysis|
|Numero di pagine||26|
|Rivista||IURIS ANTIQUI HISTORIA|
|Stato di pubblicazione||Pubblicato - 2016|