3 edition of Contra potentium iniurias found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. -243) and index.
|Statement||by Robert M. Frakes.|
|Series||Münchener Beiträge zur Papyrusforschung und antiken Rechtsgeschichte -- 90. Heft|
|LC Classifications||KJA3045 .F73 2001|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xi, 250 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||250|
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Books. Frakes is the author or editor of several books on ancient history, as well as a college writing textbook. They include: Contra Potentium Iniurias: The Defensor Civitatis and Late Roman Justice (Münchener Beiträge zur Papyrusforschung und Antiken Rechtsgeschic C.
Beck, ). Robert M. Frakes, Contra potentium iniurias: The defensor civitatis and Late Roman Justice. By Alain Chauvot. Abstract. Compte rendu in MÜNCHENER BEITRÄGE ZUR PAPYRUSFORSCHUNG UND ANTIKEN RECHTSGESCHICHTE, AC, 73,Author: Alain Chauvot.
Robert M. FRAKES, Contra potentium iniurias: the Defensor civitatis and Late Roman : Alain Chauvot. Frakes, R. () Contra potentium iniurias: The Defensor Civitatis and Late Roman Justice. Münchener Beiträge zur Papyrusforschung und antiken Rechtsgeschichte 90 Franz, P.
() Krieger, Bauern, Bürger: Untersuchungen zu den Hopliten der archaischen und klassichen Zeit. Reviews of Books:Contra Potentium Iniurias: The Defensor Civitatis and Late Roman Justice Robert M. February The American Historical Review Noel Lenski.
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Palanque 6 n. 5 speaks of “l’inutilité de Author: H.C. Teitler. Contra potentium iniurias: The defensor civ-itatis and Late Roman Justice.
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1: IVe. For the failure of Valentinian's attempted reforms for the defensor and the likelihood that the defensor was now drawn from local elites, see R. Frakes, Contra potentium iniurias: the ‘defensor civitatis’ and late Roman justice, Münchener Beiträge zur Paprusforschung und antiken Rechtsgeschichte 90 (Munich: Beck, ), pp.
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Geus. : Augustinus: Contra Iulianum opus imperfectum. Tom II: Libri IV-VI (Corpus Scriptorum Ecclesiasticorum Latinorum) (German Edition) (): Zelzer, M.: Books. Among the sources of Roman jurisprudence comparatively little place is taken by epigraphic texts. Apart from several exceptions (e.g.
Ulpian, Salvius Julianus), there are no epigraphic sources, mostly sepulchral inscriptions, related to lawyers whose work provided the foundation for Justinian’s inscriptions are found in the provinces, where lawyers were probably held in deeper Author: Marek Kuryłowicz.
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SALLUST. facinus incipere, simul quia vobis eadem quae mihi bona malaque esse intellexi; 4 nam idem velle atque idem nolle, ea demum firma amicitia est. 5 “Sed ego quae mente agitavi omnes iam antea divorsi audistis. 6 Ceterum mihi in dies magis animus adcenditur, quom considero quae condicio vitae futura sit, nisi nosmet ipsi vindicamus in libertatem.
7 Nam postquam res publica in paucorum.Tacitus: Annals Book 1  Of the legions which he had conveyed by ship, Germanicus gave the second and fourteenth to Publius Vitellius, to be marched by land, so that the fleet might sail more easily over a sea full of shoals, or take the ground more lightly at the ebb-tide.by Robert Frakes Mr.
Frakes has taught in the History Dept. at Clarion University since He is the author of Contra Potentium Iniurias: The Defensor Civitatis and Late Roman Justice () and.