Vyhnanství jako trest za zločiny proti římskému státu

Title in English Exile as the Penalty for Crimes against the Roman State


Year of publication 2017
Type Appeared in Conference without Proceedings
MU Faculty or unit

Faculty of Arts

Description The lecture dealt with the issue of exile in Roman law with special regard to the crimes against the state. The transformation of aquae et ignis interdictio from an administrative measure against those who went voluntarily into exile in the Republic into legal punishment (probably first in the laws of C. Iulius Caesar including the lex Iulia maiestatis) was discussed. Furthermore, attention was paid to the constitution of the two forms of exile at the beginning of the Principate, the lighter relegatio and the heavier aquae et ignis interdictio/exilium/deportatio, the question of their possible republican inspirations and the problematic terminology in our sources. Lastly, the most evident examples of the heavier form of exile as the punishment for the crimes against the state from narrative sources were presented.
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