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p696 Leges Pompeiae

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William Smith, D.C.L., LL.D.:
A Dictionary of Greek and Roman Antiquities, John Murray, London, 1875.

LEGES POMPEIAE. There were various Leges so called.

Pompeia, proposed by Cn. Pompeius Strabo, the father of Cn. Pompeius Magnus, probably in his consulship B.C. 89, gave the Jus Latii or Latinitas to all the towns of the Transpadani, and probably the Civitas to the Cispadani (Savigny, Volksschluss der Tafel von Heraclea, ZeitschriftIX).

[image ALT: an underscored blank] de ambitu. [Ambitus]

[image ALT: an underscored blank] de imperio Caesari prorogando (Vell. Pat. II.46; Appian, B. C. II.18).

[image ALT: an underscored blank] judiciaria [Judex]

[image ALT: an underscored blank] de jure magistratuum (Suet. Caes. 28; Dion Cass. XL.56; Cic. ad Att. VIII.3) forbade a person to be a candidate for public offices (petitio honorum) who was not at Rome; but C. Julius Caesar was excepted. This was doubtless the old law, but it had apparently become obsolete.

[image ALT: an underscored blank] de parricidiis [Cornelia de sicariis]

[image ALT: an underscored blank] tribunitia (B.C. 70) restored the old Tribunitia Potestas which Sulla had nearly destroyed. (Sueton. Caes. 5; Vell. Pat. II.30; Cic. de Leg. III.9, 11, in Verr. Act. I.15; Liv. Epit. 97). [Tribuni]

[image ALT: an underscored blank] de vi was a Privilegium, and only referred to the case of Milo. (Cic. Phil. II.9; Ascon. and Schol. Bob. in Argum. Milon.).


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