The paper examines a well-known passage by Valerius Maximus, which refers to the episode of the refusal opposed by the jurist Aulus Cascellius to formulam componere, to assert in court beneficia granted by the triumviri. The author investigates the reasons for the refusal and whether this was opposed by Cascellius as a private jurist or by holding a public function.

Salvatore Sciortino (2020). Aulo Cascellio e i beneficia dei Triumviri. Nota minima su Val. Max. 6.2.12. IURIS ANTIQUI HISTORIA, 12, 153-160.

Aulo Cascellio e i beneficia dei Triumviri. Nota minima su Val. Max. 6.2.12

Salvatore Sciortino
2020

Abstract

The paper examines a well-known passage by Valerius Maximus, which refers to the episode of the refusal opposed by the jurist Aulus Cascellius to formulam componere, to assert in court beneficia granted by the triumviri. The author investigates the reasons for the refusal and whether this was opposed by Cascellius as a private jurist or by holding a public function.
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Salvatore Sciortino (2020). Aulo Cascellio e i beneficia dei Triumviri. Nota minima su Val. Max. 6.2.12. IURIS ANTIQUI HISTORIA, 12, 153-160.
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