A History of Exile in the Roman Republic

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Roman senators and equestrians were always vulnerable to prosecution for their official conduct, especially since politically motivated accusations were common. When charged with a crime in Republican Rome, such men had a choice concerning their fate. They could either remain in Rome and face possible conviction and punishment, or go into voluntary exile and avoid legal sentence. For the majority of the Republican period, exile was not a formal legal penalty contained in statutes, although it was the practical outcome of ...

A History of Exile in the Roman Republic 2012, Cambridge University Press, Cambridge

ISBN-13: 9781107407336

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A History of Exile in the Roman Republic 2006, Cambridge University Press, New York

ISBN-13: 9780521848602

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