Rozbor římskoprávní terminologie: proditio, perduellio, caesar, augustus a imperator

Title in English Analysis of Roman Terminology: Proditio, Perduellio, Caesar, Augustus and Imperator

FRÝDEK Miroslav

Year of publication 2017
Type Article in Proceedings
Conference Miľníky práva v stredoeurópskom priestore 2017. Zborník z medzinárodnej vedeckej konferencie doktorandov a mladých vedeckých pracovníkov organizovanej Univerzitou Komenského v Bratislave, Právnickou fakultou, v dňoch 30.3. – 1.4.2017
MU Faculty or unit

Faculty of Arts

Field History
Keywords Rome; Roman law; lese-majeste; lex Iulia de maiestate; republic; principate; perduellio; proditio; Caesar; Augustus; Imperator
Description The purpose of the laws regulating the insult of the majesty (treason) in the period of the Roman Republic is primarily to protect the Republican establishment (the ban of restoring the kingdom regnum affectare). With the political development of the Roman Republic, the subject matter of insulting the majesty has gained an apparent political accent. The study focuses on the analysis of the law de maiestate in the transition period between the Roman Republic and the beginning of the Principate.
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