Jones, A. H. M.
Title THE CRIMINAL COURTS OF THE ROMAN REPUBLIC AND PRINCIPATE With a Preface by John Crook
Book Condition Fine in Near Fine dust jacket
Publisher Basil Blackwell 1972
0631139001 / 9780631139003
Seller ID 2506
Dustjacket has minor shelfwear. Former owner's name on ffep. ; 143 pages; Provides a massive reinforcement for Livy's, Cicero's and Mommsen's view of the early Roman criminal courts-- namely that they were indeed the assembly of the people acting as a court of appeal against a magisterial sentence. Also describes minutely the working of the quaestiones, the standing jury courts of the age of Cicero and considers how satisfactory was the justice they provided. Lastly he describes the developments in criminal justice under the emperors of the Principate.
Classical Greek & Roman Roman Republic Roman Empire Legal And Law Legal History Jurisprudence