Freiheitsbeschränkungen der Dekurionen in der Spätantike written by A. Baumann, 2014

In: Tijdschrift voor Rechtsgeschiedenis / Revue d'histoire du droit / The Legal History Review
Author: A.J.B. Sirks1
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Baumann’s study on the decurions, members of the town council, presented in 2012–2013 as Dissertation in the Law Faculty of the University of Trier, is divided in 7 Parts: an introduction, the call to the function of decurio, rights and duties of decurions, status-privileges of decurions, leaving the decurionate, restrictions imposed on decurions, the decline of the decurional order, and conclusions. The parts differ considerably in size, due to the subject: Parts 3 and 5 are large, Parts 1, 4 and 7 very small. As the title indicates, the term ‘Freiheit’, liberty, is the focus. Baumann points out

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