Lex Julia


Lex Julia

Leges Iuliae

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Série de lois édictés par Jules César, Auguste, Ulpien ou Justinien

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  • Lex Julia — (or: Lex Iulia, plural: Leges Juliae/Leges Iuliae) are ancient Roman laws, introduced by any member of the Julian family.In the narrow sense (especially when used in the English plural form, Julian laws ) they refer to a series of laws relating… …   Wikipedia

  • Lex Julĭa — und Lex Papĭa Poppaea, zwei unter Augustus im J. 4 und 9 n. Chr. erlassene Gesetze, von denen das erstere vollständig als Lex Julia de maritandis ordinibus oder lex Julia Miscella zu bezeichnen ist, und die sich beide mit der Aufgabe befaßten,… …   Meyers Großes Konversations-Lexikon

  • lex Julia — /leks juwl(i)ya/ Several statutes bore this name, being distinguished by the addition of words descriptive of their subject matter. The lex Julia de adulteriis related to marriage, dower, and kindred subjects. The lex Julia de ambitu was a law to …   Black's law dictionary

  • lex Julia — /leks juwl(i)ya/ Several statutes bore this name, being distinguished by the addition of words descriptive of their subject matter. The lex Julia de adulteriis related to marriage, dower, and kindred subjects. The lex Julia de ambitu was a law to …   Black's law dictionary

  • Lex Julia de maritandis ordinibus — Leges Iuliae ( 18) Pour les articles homonymes, voir Lex Iulia. Les lois Lex Julia maritandis ordinibus et Lex Julia de adulteriis et de pudicitia sont des lois romaine établie en (a. 736 = 18 avant JC). Sommaire 1 Lex Julia maritandis ordinibus …   Wikipédia en Français

  • Lex Julia de maiestate — The Lex Julia de maiestate, the Roman legislation on treason attributed to Julius Caesar, has not survived, but can be reconstructed in part from the commentaries on it in Part 48 of the Digesta. [S. H. Cuttler, The Law of Treason and Treason… …   Wikipedia

  • lex Julia majestatis — /leks juwl(i)ya maejasteytas/ The Julian law of majesty. A law promulgated by Julius Caesar, and again published with additions by Augustus, comprehending all the laws before enacted to punish transgressors against the state …   Black's law dictionary

  • lex Julia majestatis — /leks juwl(i)ya maejasteytas/ The Julian law of majesty. A law promulgated by Julius Caesar, and again published with additions by Augustus, comprehending all the laws before enacted to punish transgressors against the state …   Black's law dictionary

  • lex Julia majestatis — (Roman law.) The Julian law concerning treason. See 4 Bl Comm 76 …   Ballentine's law dictionary

  • Lex — • While official or private collections of Roman Law made under the Empire are called codices, e. g. Codex Theodosianus , probably because they were written on parchment sheets bound together in book form, the title lex was given to collections… …   Catholic encyclopedia


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