I pontefici nella storia del processo romano arcaico (a proposito di Cic. Rep. 2,21 e 5,2)
On the role of the pontifex in archaic Rome starting with Numa, on the leges regiae in relation to the sacra instituta, on the office to which public and private judgments were entrusted through Cicero, Dionysius and Pomponius, and - more generally - on the Roman process during the pre-republican era.
[Marcello Benazzo, PCTO 2022, Liceo Cavour, Torino]
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