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dc.contributor.authorJońca, Maciej-
dc.identifier.citationZeszyty Prawnicze 2006, t. 6, nr 1, s. 83-94pl
dc.description.abstractLex Pompeia de parricidiis was a statute related to a murderer of the closest relatives or patrons. It was likely to have been passed during one of the three Pompey the Great’s consulates in 70, 55 or 52 BC. Among those three options, the year 55 BC. seems the most probable. It was in the same year when Pompey took action to enact the law against luxury. Both lex Pompeia de parricidiis and rogatio sumptuaria could have constituted a part of Pompey’s major scheme meant to improve customs and restore a due respect to family in
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dc.subjectlex Pompeia de parricidiispl
dc.subjectrzymskie prawo karnepl
dc.subjectrzymskie ustawodawstwo karnepl
dc.subjectrepublika rzymskapl
dc.subjectrzymski proces karnypl
dc.subjectquaestiones perpetuaepl
dc.subjectKorneliusz Sullapl
dc.subjectPompejusz Wielkipl
dc.titleData uchwalenia lex Pompeia de parricidiispl
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