El derecho público en las "Noches Áticas" de Aulo Gelio

This paper emphazises the role of literature, grammar, rhetoric and etymology, as tools to understand the institutions of roman public law �Rome, the city that from a single city-state became an empire that extended all over Europe, and part of Asia and Africa�, and also as the starting point to pro... Deskribapen osoa

Egile nagusia: Espitia Garzón, Fabio
Formatua: Artikulua
Hizkuntza: Gaztelania
Argitaratua: Universidad Externado de Colombia 2014
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Laburpena: This paper emphazises the role of literature, grammar, rhetoric and etymology, as tools to understand the institutions of roman public law �Rome, the city that from a single city-state became an empire that extended all over Europe, and part of Asia and Africa�, and also as the starting point to propose new political categories that serve to interpretate much better present institutions. The author focuses on the text of the Attic Nights of Aulus Gellius, in which refers to the comitia, laws, plebiscites, the designation of the Vestals, the provocatio ad populum, and the primacy of the general interest.