Index to the History of Rome

Index to the History of Rome

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1870 edition. Excerpt: ... Pompeius, iv. 340. Of Caesar, iv. 508, 509 Jus, i. 165. lus and indicium separated, i. 275-277--gentium, i. 174; iv. 580--imaginum, hereditary distinction con-nected with the obtaining of a curule office, i. 319, 320; ii. 335 Juventius, praetor, against the Pseudo-Philip, iii. 44 KALENDAE. i. 232 King, modelled ou the father of the household, i. 69, 70. Represents the community before the gods and foreign countries, i. 70. His command unli-mited, i. 70. His jurisdiction, i. 70,71. King is irresponsible, inasmuch as the supreme judge cannot be accused at his own bar, i. 274. Leader of the army, i. 70, 80. Delegation of his authority, i. 71. Insignia, i. 72, 86. Limitation of the regal power, i. 73. Manages the finances, i. 81. Judge, i. 165. Change of the existing legal order possible only by co-operation of the king and the burgesses, i. 73. Abolition of the tenure for life, and introduction of the consulate, i. 270-273. Vow of the burgesses never to endure a king, i. 271,272. Similar changes of constitution in the Italian and Greek communities, i. 270, 271 LABEO. See Fabius Laberius, composer of mimes, iv. 480 n., 613 Labici, i. 42, 115. Assignations at, i. 324. About 370, a member of Latin league, i. 382 n., 383. Not a colony, i. 383 n. Labienus, T., iv. 249, 263, 266, 380 Labourers from without employed in agriculture, ii. 390 Lacedaemonians, ii. 234, 249, 275, 298 Lade, island of, ii. 241 Laelius, C. consul, 564, ii. 169--a novus homo, ii. 344--Sapiens C, consul, 640, iii. 40, 91, 99, 101 Laevinus. See Valerius Lamia, ii. 281 Lampoons and incantations forbidden, i. 503 Lampsacus, ii. 237, 240, 271, 276, 310 Land, division of, at the time of the Servian reform: one half of land-holders having an entire hide, the other half J, and...show more

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  • 189 x 246 x 2mm | 95g
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  • English
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  • 1236894294
  • 9781236894298