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    Cicero, Ad Quintum Fratrem Ii. 10. 1.Anthony J. Marshall - 1968 - The Classical Review 18 (01):16-17.
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    The Case of Valeria: An Inheritance-Dispute in Roman Asia.Anthony J. Marshall - 1975 - Classical Quarterly 25 (01):82-.
    In a vigorously argued passage of the oration Pro L. Flacco, Cicero defends his client L. Valerius Flaccus against the charge that he had acted improperly during his governorship of Asia three years previously in claiming as heres legitimus the estate of one Valeria, wife of Sextilius Andro, who had died intestate in the province. This section of the speech involves Cicero in a brief display of his knowledge of the civil law concerning tutela, the forms of acquiring manus in (...)
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    Verres and Judicial Corruption.Anthony J. Marshall - 1967 - Classical Quarterly 17 (02):408-.
    One of the most important pieces of evidence which we possess concerning the judicial rights of Roman provincials, particularly their status in relation to the governor's tribunal, is provided by Cicero's brief outline of those provisions of the lex Rupilia, the Sicilian provincial charter, which dealt with judicial administration. The passage reads as follows: Siculi hoc iure sunt ut, quod civis cum cive agat, domi certet suis legibus, quod Siculus cum Siculo non eiusdem civitatis, ut de eo praetor iudices ex (...)
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