Legal advocacy in the Roman world

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There were two legal professions in Ancient Rome: the law was created by the jurists and their work that has been received into the modern systems; but the daily practice of the courts, socially of equal importance, was the terrain of the advocates. This book investigates the role of advocacy throughout the Roman world from the second century BC to the fifth century AD, with attention to the Greek-speaking part of the world, and so to the papyri. The law is here concieved broadly, to include its administrative branches, ...

Legal Advocacy in the Roman World 1995, Cornell University Press, Ithaca

ISBN-13: 9780801431586

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Legal Advocacy in the Roman World 1995, Gerald Duckworth & Co Ltd, London

ISBN-13: 9780715626504

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