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The Criminal Law of Ancient Rome

O.F. Robinson
Format
Book
Published
Baltimore, Md. : Johns Hopkins University Press, 1995.
Language
English
ISBN
0801853184, 9780801853180, 0801867576 (pbk), 9780801867576 (pbk)
Related Resources
Contributor biographical information Publisher description
Contents
  • The Framework of Criminal Procedure
  • The system of the quaestiones perpetuae
  • Procedure in the quaestiones perpetuae
  • The coming of the Empire
  • The emperor's jurisdiction
  • The Dominate
  • Criminal Liability
  • Domestic jurisdiction
  • There must be a guilty party
  • The actus reus and attempted crimes
  • Accomplices
  • Defences and pleas in mitigation
  • Prescription of criminal liability
  • Theft and Related Offences
  • Theft
  • Particular forms of theft
  • Abigeatus or rustling
  • Expilatores, effractores, cut-purses, etc.
  • Reset and harbouring
  • Vis and rapina
  • Offences related to theft
  • Pillaging inheritances
  • Sacrilege
  • Swindling (stellionatus)
  • Kidnapping (plagium) and the lex Fabia
  • Corruption of a slave
  • Wrecking, fire-raising, etc.
  • Forgery
  • Miscellaneous offences
  • Violence against the Person
  • Homicide
  • Parricide
  • Vis as assault
  • Iniuria or outrage
  • Castration and circumcision
  • Sexual Offences
  • Incest
  • Bigamy
  • Adultery and stuprum
  • The Republican state of affairs
  • The basis of Augustus' legislation
  • Jurisdiction
  • Ius occidendi
  • Accusations
  • Interrogation of slaves and procedural rules
  • Penalties
  • Lenocinium
  • Prostitution
  • Homosexual practices
  • Rape and abduction
  • Offences against the State
  • Treason
  • Sedition
  • Collegia
  • Abuses by magistrates
  • Vis publica
  • Res repetundae
  • Peculatus and de residuis; sacrilege
  • Ambitus
  • Forgery: the counterfeiting of money
  • Offences against the annona.
Description
x, 212 p. ; 24 cm.
Notes
Includes bibliographical references (p. [161]-182) and indexes.
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