LICINIA Lex

LICINIA Lex
LICINIA Lex
apud Rom. multiplex fuit: de agris possidendis: de septem iugeris viritim dividendis: de foenore: de sodalitiis: de Tribunnorum comitiis: de triginta assibus, edendi causâ, consumendis, in dies singulos Cal. Nonis et Nundinis Romanis. Sic Licinia Aebusia lex. de legum latoribus. Licinia Cassia, de creatione Tribunorum mil. Licinia Mucia lex, de peregrinis, sonuit. Vide Thom. Dempster. ad Ioh. Rosin Antiqq. Rom. passim. Liv. l. 36. c. 4. l. 7. c. 21. 22. 25. l. 8. c. 16. et l. 10. c. 7.

Hofmann J. Lexicon universale. 1698.

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