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" Coloniis et municipiis. A colony was a portion of Roman citizens or Latin allies sent out by public authority, either to take possession of lands captured in war, and to found thereon a new city, or to occupy cities which had fallen under the Roman sway.... "
De Catilinae conjuratione belloque jugurthino historiae - Pagina 183
di Sallust - 1831 - 386 pagine
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Roman Antiquities: Or, An Account of the Manners and Customs of the Romans ...

Alexander Adam - 1819 - 565 pagine
...MUNICIPIA, COLONS, ET PRjEFECTUBJE. "iy|"UNICIPIA were foreign towns, which obtained the right -1-'-*- of Roman citizens. Of these there were different kinds. Some possessed all the rights of Roman citizens, except such as could not be enjoyed without residing at Rome. Others enjoyed the...
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Roman Antiquities: Or, An Account of the Manners and Customs of the Romans ...

Alexander Adam - 1819 - 565 pagine
...MUNICIPIA, COLONIZE, ET PREFECTURES. 1VTUNICIPIA were foreign towns, which obtained the right •*•'•*- of Roman citizens. Of these there were different kinds. Some possessed all the rights of Roman citizens, except such as could not be enjoyed without residing at Rome. Others enjoyed the...
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Roman Antiquities: Or, An Account of the Manners and Customs of the Romans ...

Alexander Adam - 1826 - 496 pagine
...MUNIC1PIA, COLONIJE, ET PREFECTURES. MUNICIPIA were foreign towns, which obtained the right of Ro- ' man citizens. Of these there were different kinds. Some possessed all the rights of Roman citizens, except such as could not be enjoyed without residing at Rome, Others enjoyed the...
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C. Crispi Sallustii De Catilinae conjuratione Belloque Jugurthino historiae

Sallust - 1830 - 386 pagine
...who undertook, with L. Vargunteius, to murder Cicero at his own house. 36. Coloniis ct fnunicipiis. A colony was a portion of Roman citizens or Latin...were different kinds. Some possessed all the rights of Roman citizens, except such as could not be enjoyed without residing at Rome. Others enjoyed the...
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Roman Antiquities: Or An Account of the Manners and Customs of the Romans ...

Alexander Adam - 1835 - 528 pagine
...Macedonia.3 MUNICIPIA, COLONIE, ET PREFECTURA. MuNiciPiA were foreign towns which obtained the right of Roman citizens. Of these there were different kinds. Some possessed all the rights of Roman citizens, except such as could not be enjoyed without residing at Rome. Others enjoyed the...
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Sallust's Jugurthine War and Conspiracy of Catiline: With an English ...

Sallust - 1837 - 332 pagine
...the other proper names mentioned in the present chapter, consult Historical Index. 13. Coloniis et municipiis. A colony was a portion of Roman citizens...lands captured in war, and to found thereon a new cuy, or to occupy cities which had fallen under the Roman sway. The municipia were foreign towns, whose...
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Roman Antiquities: Or an Account of the Manners and Customs of the Romans ...

Alexander Adam - 1837 - 439 pagine
...Macedonia.3 MUNICIPIA, COLONIZE, ET PREFECTURES. M UNICIPIA were foreign towns which obtained the right of Roman citizens. Of these there were different kinds. Some possessed all the rights of Roman citizens, except such as could not be enjoyed without residing at Rome. Others enjoyed the...
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Sallust's Jugurthine War and Conspiracy of Catiline, with an English ...

Sallust, Charles Anthon - 1839 - 332 pagine
...the other proper names mentioned in the present chapter, consult Historical Index. 13. Coloniis et municipiis. A colony was a portion of Roman citizens...were foreign towns, whose inhabitants obtained the lights of Roman citizens. Of these there were different kinds. Some possessed all the rights of Roman...
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Orationes quaedam selectae, notis illustratae: In usum Academiae Exoniensis

Marcus Tullius Cicero - 1843 - 278 pagine
...Cohort, whose business it was to attend and serve the general as his guard. „ . 36. Municipiorum : Municipia were foreign towns, whose inhabitants obtained the rights of Roman citizens. 21 . Metellus : This is the Quintus Metellus Celer, into whose cus- 24 tody Catiline offered to put...
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Jugurthine War and Conspiracy of Catiline with an English Commentary and ...

Sallust - 1845
...the other proper names mentioned in the present chapter, consult Historical Index. 13. Coloniis et municipiis. A colony was a portion of Roman citizens...were different kinds. Some possessed all the rights of Roman citizens, except such as could not be enjoyed without residing at Rome. Others enjoyed the...
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