Public Lands and Agrarian Laws of the Roman Republic
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Public Lands and Agrarian Laws of the Roman Republic

By Andrew Stephenson
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  • JOHNS HOPKINS UNIVERSITY STUDIES
    • HISTORICAL AND POLITICAL SCIENCE
      • HERBERT B. ADAMS, Editor
      • NINTH SERIES
      • VII-VIII
    • HERBERT B. ADAMS, Editor
    • NINTH SERIES
    • VII-VIII
  • PUBLIC LANDS AND AGRARIAN LAWS
  • ROMAN REPUBLIC
    • PREFACE.
      • TABLE OF CONTENTS.
    • TABLE OF CONTENTS.
    • PUBLIC LANDS AND AGRARIAN LAWS OF THE ROMAN REPUBLIC.
      • CHAPTER I.
        • SEC. 1.—LANDED PROPERTY.
        • SEC. 2.—QUIRITARIAN OWNERSHIP.
        • SEC. 3.—AGER PUBLICUS.
        • SEC. 4.—ROMAN COLONIES.
      • SEC. 1.—LANDED PROPERTY.
      • SEC. 2.—QUIRITARIAN OWNERSHIP.
      • SEC. 3.—AGER PUBLICUS.
      • SEC. 4.—ROMAN COLONIES.
      • Table of Latin Colonies in Italy.
      • Table of Civic Colonies in Italy.
      • CHAPTER II.
        • SEC. 5.—LEX CASSIA.
        • SEC. 6.—AGRARIAN MOVEMENTS BETWEEN 486 AND 367.
        • (a).—Extension of Territory of conquest up to the year 367 B.C.
        • (b).—Colonies Founded between 454 and 367.
        • CIVIC COLONIES.
        • LATIN COLONIES.
        • SEC. 7.—LEX LICINIA.
        • SEC. VIII.—AGRARIAN MOVEMENTS BETWEEN 367 AND 133.
        • (a)—Extension of Territory by Conquest between 367 and 133.
        • (b)—Colonies Founded between 367 and 133.
        • (a). CIVIC COLONIES.
        • (b). LATIN COLONIES.
        • SEC. 9.—LATIFUNDIA.
        • SEC. 10.—THE INFLUENCE OF SLAVERY.
        • SEC. 11.—LEX SEMPRONIA TIBERIANA.
        • SEC. 12.—LEX SEMPRONIA GAIANA.
      • SEC. 5.—LEX CASSIA.
      • SEC. 6.—AGRARIAN MOVEMENTS BETWEEN 486 AND 367.
      • (a).—Extension of Territory of conquest up to the year 367 B.C.
      • (b).—Colonies Founded between 454 and 367.
      • CIVIC COLONIES.
      • LATIN COLONIES.
      • SEC. 7.—LEX LICINIA.
      • SEC. VIII.—AGRARIAN MOVEMENTS BETWEEN 367 AND 133.
      • (a)—Extension of Territory by Conquest between 367 and 133.
      • (b)—Colonies Founded between 367 and 133.
      • (a). CIVIC COLONIES.
      • (b). LATIN COLONIES.
      • SEC. 9.—LATIFUNDIA.
      • SEC. 10.—THE INFLUENCE OF SLAVERY.
      • SEC. 11.—LEX SEMPRONIA TIBERIANA.
      • SEC. 12.—LEX SEMPRONIA GAIANA.
      • CHAPTER III.
        • SEC. 13.—LEX THORIA.[1]
        • Argument of the Lex Thoria.[26]
        • I. On the Ager Publicus in Italy.
        • SEC. 14.—AGRARIAN MOVEMENTS BETWEEN 111 AND 86.
        • SEC. 15.—EFFECT OF THE SULLAN REVOLUTION.
        • SEC. 16.—AGRARIAN MOVEMENTS BETWEEN 86 AND 59.
        • SEC. 17.—LEX JULIA AGRARIA.
        • SEC. 18.—DISTRIBUTION OF LAND AFTER THE CIVIL WAR BETWEEN CÆSAR AND POMPEY.
        • SEC. 19.—DISTRIBUTIONS FROM THE DEATH OF CÆSAR TO THE TIME OF AUGUSTUS.
        • FINIS.
      • SEC. 13.—LEX THORIA.[1]
      • Argument of the Lex Thoria.[26]
      • I. On the Ager Publicus in Italy.
      • SEC. 14.—AGRARIAN MOVEMENTS BETWEEN 111 AND 86.
      • SEC. 15.—EFFECT OF THE SULLAN REVOLUTION.
      • SEC. 16.—AGRARIAN MOVEMENTS BETWEEN 86 AND 59.
      • SEC. 17.—LEX JULIA AGRARIA.
      • SEC. 18.—DISTRIBUTION OF LAND AFTER THE CIVIL WAR BETWEEN CÆSAR AND POMPEY.
      • SEC. 19.—DISTRIBUTIONS FROM THE DEATH OF CÆSAR TO THE TIME OF AUGUSTUS.
      • FINIS.
      • COMPILER'S APPENDIX
        • Images of the original, accented, Greek quotations
      • Images of the original, accented, Greek quotations
    • CHAPTER I.
      • SEC. 1.—LANDED PROPERTY.
      • SEC. 2.—QUIRITARIAN OWNERSHIP.
      • SEC. 3.—AGER PUBLICUS.
      • SEC. 4.—ROMAN COLONIES.
    • SEC. 1.—LANDED PROPERTY.
    • SEC. 2.—QUIRITARIAN OWNERSHIP.
    • SEC. 3.—AGER PUBLICUS.
    • SEC. 4.—ROMAN COLONIES.
    • Table of Latin Colonies in Italy.
    • Table of Civic Colonies in Italy.
    • CHAPTER II.
      • SEC. 5.—LEX CASSIA.
      • SEC. 6.—AGRARIAN MOVEMENTS BETWEEN 486 AND 367.
      • (a).—Extension of Territory of conquest up to the year 367 B.C.
      • (b).—Colonies Founded between 454 and 367.
      • CIVIC COLONIES.
      • LATIN COLONIES.
      • SEC. 7.—LEX LICINIA.
      • SEC. VIII.—AGRARIAN MOVEMENTS BETWEEN 367 AND 133.
      • (a)—Extension of Territory by Conquest between 367 and 133.
      • (b)—Colonies Founded between 367 and 133.
      • (a). CIVIC COLONIES.
      • (b). LATIN COLONIES.
      • SEC. 9.—LATIFUNDIA.
      • SEC. 10.—THE INFLUENCE OF SLAVERY.
      • SEC. 11.—LEX SEMPRONIA TIBERIANA.
      • SEC. 12.—LEX SEMPRONIA GAIANA.
    • SEC. 5.—LEX CASSIA.
    • SEC. 6.—AGRARIAN MOVEMENTS BETWEEN 486 AND 367.
    • (a).—Extension of Territory of conquest up to the year 367 B.C.
    • (b).—Colonies Founded between 454 and 367.
    • CIVIC COLONIES.
    • LATIN COLONIES.
    • SEC. 7.—LEX LICINIA.
    • SEC. VIII.—AGRARIAN MOVEMENTS BETWEEN 367 AND 133.
    • (a)—Extension of Territory by Conquest between 367 and 133.
    • (b)—Colonies Founded between 367 and 133.
    • (a). CIVIC COLONIES.
    • (b). LATIN COLONIES.
    • SEC. 9.—LATIFUNDIA.
    • SEC. 10.—THE INFLUENCE OF SLAVERY.
    • SEC. 11.—LEX SEMPRONIA TIBERIANA.
    • SEC. 12.—LEX SEMPRONIA GAIANA.
    • CHAPTER III.
      • SEC. 13.—LEX THORIA.[1]
      • Argument of the Lex Thoria.[26]
      • I. On the Ager Publicus in Italy.
      • SEC. 14.—AGRARIAN MOVEMENTS BETWEEN 111 AND 86.
      • SEC. 15.—EFFECT OF THE SULLAN REVOLUTION.
      • SEC. 16.—AGRARIAN MOVEMENTS BETWEEN 86 AND 59.
      • SEC. 17.—LEX JULIA AGRARIA.
      • SEC. 18.—DISTRIBUTION OF LAND AFTER THE CIVIL WAR BETWEEN CÆSAR AND POMPEY.
      • SEC. 19.—DISTRIBUTIONS FROM THE DEATH OF CÆSAR TO THE TIME OF AUGUSTUS.
      • FINIS.
    • SEC. 13.—LEX THORIA.[1]
    • Argument of the Lex Thoria.[26]
    • I. On the Ager Publicus in Italy.
    • SEC. 14.—AGRARIAN MOVEMENTS BETWEEN 111 AND 86.
    • SEC. 15.—EFFECT OF THE SULLAN REVOLUTION.
    • SEC. 16.—AGRARIAN MOVEMENTS BETWEEN 86 AND 59.
    • SEC. 17.—LEX JULIA AGRARIA.
    • SEC. 18.—DISTRIBUTION OF LAND AFTER THE CIVIL WAR BETWEEN CÆSAR AND POMPEY.
    • SEC. 19.—DISTRIBUTIONS FROM THE DEATH OF CÆSAR TO THE TIME OF AUGUSTUS.
    • FINIS.
    • COMPILER'S APPENDIX
      • Images of the original, accented, Greek quotations
    • Images of the original, accented, Greek quotations
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