2 edition of Lex annalis before Sulla. found in the catalog.
Lex annalis before Sulla.
A. E. Astin
|Series||Collection Latomus,, v. 32|
|LC Classifications||LAW |
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||46|
|LC Control Number||65075249|
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A Roman law (Latin: lex) is usually named for the sponsoring legislator and designated by the adjectival form of his gens name (nomen gentilicum), in the feminine form because the noun lex (plural leges) is of feminine grammatical gender. But the proposed law, the Lex Villia Annalis, was not without its opponents, and over time, more and more young men opposed the restrictions it imposed on the cursus disregarded its precepts and found ways around it. Some of the men who did this were Scipio Aemilianus, Gaius Marius, Pompey, and perhaps one of the most famous men to rise along the cursus honorum, .
Lex Cornelia Annalis (81 BC) – a sanction law for Sulla‘s past acts; part of his program to strengthen the Senate Lex Cornelia de maiestate – treason law passed by Sulla to regulate the activities of pro-magistrates in their provinces, especially unapproved war and unauthorized travel. Lex Villia annalis, anno a.C.n. lata, quem cursum honorum magistratibus liceret sequi praescripsit. De cursu honorum. Volventibus saeculis ex more maiorum ortus est translaticius modus fungendorum officiorum ad senatum pertinentium. Etiamsi magistratus plerumque primum quaestoris.
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THE LEX ANNALIS BEFORE SULLA 53 didate for the aedileship of and therefore would have been thirty-six or thirty-seven when he entered office. Fabius Maximus Aemilianus, Scipio's brother, was the elder and so born not later than early but most probably earlier.
He was therefore at least thirty-five when he became prae. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Astin, A.E. Lex annalis before Sulla. Bruxelles, Latomus, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors. COVID Resources.
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Editorial team. General Editors: David Bourget (Western Ontario) David Chalmers (ANU, NYU) Area Editors: David Bourget Gwen Bradford. THE LEX ANN ALI S BEFORE SULLA military service. Polybius attests this regulation for his own time i1).
2) The compulsory observance of the cursus, quaestorship - praet-orship - consulship, so that the previous tenure of the lower of-fices was a necessary qualification for the higher. The Lex Annalis before Sulla. Collection Latomus, Vol. XXXII. Paper, 80 - Volume 49 Issue - M. Henderson | Find, read and cite all the research you need on ResearchGate.
Abstract. De Visscher Fernand. Astin, The Lex Annalis before Sulla. In: L'antiquité classique, T fasc. 1, pp. Author: De Visscher Fernand. This book is a study of Sulla's policies in Italy and in the Greek East.
Its main aim is to show how Sulla revived Rome's alliances with the local elites at a critical moment for the survival of her Mediterranean hegemony.
The discussion calls into play a wide range of political, economic and religious issues, and the argument is developed from. Cambridge Core - Ancient History - The Cambridge Ancient History - edited by J.
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The Cambridge Ancient History Volume 8: Rome and the Mediterranean to BC, 2nd editionCited by: 8. Sumner, G. “The Lex annalis under Caesar.” Phoenix 25 (): – Syme, R. “The Allegiance of Labienus.” Journal of Roman Studies 28 (): – ———. “Caesar’s Designs on Dacia and Parthia.” In The ; lxv.
The conditions of the lex Villia annalis were reinstated and tightened up by Sulla’s lex annalis of 81 BC (see Lintott () and Flower () ), so that by this point the minimum ages for each magistracy are thirty for the quaestorship, thirty-six for the noncompulsory aedileship, thirty-nine for the praetorship, forty-two for the Author: Cicero, Ingo Gildenhard, Louise Hodgson.
Other articles where Lex Villia annalis is discussed: ancient Rome: Citizenship and politics in the middle republic: consulship, and in the lex Villia annalis (Villian law on minimum ages) set minimum ages for senatorial magistrates and required a two-year interval between offices.
The consulship (two elected to it per year) could be held from the praetorship (six per year) from. Astin, The Lex Annalis before Sulla ().statutes conferring *citizenship or Latinity on categories of Latin and Italian communities; the most famous is the lex Julia of 90 : Michael Crawford.
Leges Corneliae (81 BC) - Laws of the dictator L. Cornelius Sulla, intended to strengthen the senate and eliminate demagoguery legislation. Lex Curiata de Imperio - law passed in the Comitia Curiata used to ratify the choice of a new king, also (as de Adoptione) confirmed.
81/54 Sulla passes a Lex Annalis, setting a fixed sequence of magistracies. 81/55 Sulla passes the Lex Cornelia de Provinciis, regulating the conduct 81/56 Sulla increases the number of priests and augurs. 81/57 Sulla restores the size of the senate, by creating new senators.
81/58 Sulla passes a Lex Judicaria, to transfer membership of juries from. Lex Villia Annalis Proposed by tribune L. Villius Annalis, it set the standards for the political stages of the cursus honorum: Set the minimum ages for the curule magistracies (those that held imperium): curule aedi prae consul 42 (ages in the year of office).
c A law which fixed the age at which a person might be elected to a public office was called a lex annalis. By the lex Villia ( b.c.) the age for quaestor for aed for prae for consul Certain modifications and exceptions were introduced later. The cursus acquired further rigidity from the lex Villia annalis of (see villius (annalis), l.), which set minimum ages for each of the curule magistracies.
Cornelius Sulla added an age requirement for the quaestorship, which he made compulsory. In the. The Lex Annalis before Sulla (Bruxelles ). “Sources,” CAH2 8 () “Roman Government and Politics, B.C.,” CAH2 8 () “The Emergence of the Provincial System,” CAH2 () “Livy’s Report of the Lectio Senatus and the Recognitio Equitum in the Censorship of While it makes a few interesting conjectures about Sulla's psychology, and the reasoning behind some of his actions, and has one or two pearls, this book was mostly a let down.
The only real interesting point I found was that Sulla wasn't the first to fully exploit Marius's army reforms, he was really the first to bring the army into the /5.C.
Sentius Saturninus, Piso Pontifex, and the titulus Tiburtinus were ‘restored to the state’ were Nero Claudius, M. Silanus (cos. 25), Arruntius (cos. 22), Titius (suff. 31), and a Sentius Saturninus Syme, noting that Vetulo stayed with Pompeius until 35 (App.
loc. cit.), suggested that Velleius is referring to the Augustan consul as a.