Resultat 1-5 av 78
Freemen and Slaves - 48 Fathers and Children - - 51 Limitations of the paternal
Authority * 53 Husbands and Wives - - 57 The religious Rites of Marriage - ib.
Freedom of the matrimonial Contračt -> 59 Liberty and Abuse of Divorce - 6o ...
Yet he occurs only twice in the Pande&ts. 44 Of Antoninus Caracalla alone 2 co
constitutions are extant in the Code, and with his father 160. These two princes
are quoted fifty times in the Pande&ts and eight in the Institutes (Terasson, p. 265.
styles the praefect or bailiff of Rome sančiisfimus o legum interpres. From his
science, says the old scholiast, he was s called, not a man, but a book. He
derived the fingular name of Pegasus from the galley which his father
commanded. * Tacit.
... over the conquests of his fathers. The first Caesars had scrupulously guarded
the distinčtion of ingenuous, and servile birth, which was decided by the
condition of the mother; and the candour of the laws was satisfied, if her freedom
could be ...
The law of nature instrućts most animals to Fathers cherish and educate their
infant progeny. The old. law of reason inculcates to the human species the
returns of filial piety. But the exclusive, absolute, and perpetual dominion of the
father over ...
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The History of the Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire, Volum 6
Uten tilgangsbegrensning - 1914