6 edition of Roman politics and the criminal courts, 149-78 B.C. found in the catalog.
Roman politics and the criminal courts, 149-78 B.C.
Erich S. Gruen
Bibliography: p. 311-323.
|Statement||[by] Erich S. Gruen.|
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|Pagination||xii, 337 p.|
|Number of Pages||337|
|LC Control Number||68029179|
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In this book the author suggests that the answer to how this change came about may lie in the critical period from to 78 B.C. These years saw the origin and development of the criminal court system, and Erich Gruen shows that the courts were inextricably bound up in politics from the beginning.
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RRP: Recommended Retail Price. In Roman Politics and the Criminal Courts, B.C. (pp. 79– Gruen, Erich S.Roman politics and the criminal courts, B.C. [by] Erich S. Gruen Harvard University Press Cambridge, Mass Wikipedia Citation Please see Wikipedia's template documentation for further citation fields that may be required.
Roman Politics and the Criminal Courts B.C. ERICH S. GRUEN The author suggests that the political disruption in Ciceronian Rome was bound up with the criminal court system.
His analysis of the criminal trials and the struggle over control of the courts sheds light on all the major political events of the period. £5 9s. Books Division. Chicago Distribution Center.
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Cambridge, Mass., Harvard University Press, Many offenses that we would consider criminal were tried in Roman civil courts, especially if the persons involved were not from the senatorial or equestrian orders.
Each court heard cases for specific types of crimes. Most violent crimes and virtually all property crimes involving only lower-class people were “civil” matters. Recensione a E.S. GRUEN, Roman Politics and the Criminal Courts B.C., Cambridge (USA) By VENTURINI C.
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Gruen. Quintus Lutatius Catulus ( – 87 BC) was a consul of the Roman Republic in BC, and the leading public figure of the gens Lutatia of the time. His colleague in the consulship was Gaius their consulship the Cimbri and Teutones marched south again and threatened the Republic.
While Marius marched against the Teutones in Gaul, Catulus had to keep the Cimbri from invading Italy. Roman legal procedure, long evolving system used in the Roman courts, which in its later stages formed the basis for modern procedure in civil-law were three main, overlapping stages of development: the legis actiones, which dates from the 5th-century bce law code known as the Twelve Tables until the late 2nd century; the formulary system, from the 2nd century bce until the end.
Provides a massive reinforcement for Livy's, Cicero's & Mommsen's view of the early Roman criminal courts--namely that they were indeed the assembly of the people acting as a court of appeal against a magisterial sentence.
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Family. Eburnus was the son of Quintus Fabius Maximus Servilianus, consul in BC, himself adopted from the gens Servilia into the gens Fabia, allegedly by one of the two adoptive sons of Quintus Fabius Maximus Verrucosus himself.
Two of his paternal uncles—Gnaeus Servilius Caepio and Quintus Servilius Caepio—served as consuls in andrespectively.Erich S. Gruen, Roman Politics and the Criminal Courts, –78 B.C., Harvard University Press, Günther Höbl, A History of the Ptolemaic Empire, London & New York, Routledge, (originally published intranslated by Tina Saavedra).Roman Politics and the Criminal Courts, B.C.
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