PROBLEMS OF THE ROMAN CRIMINAL LAW
Item #: 11405
Published: Oxford; Clarendon Press; 1991.
Subjects: CRIMINAL LAW & PROCEDURE, ROMAN LAW
Primarily an examination of the steps whereby a criminal inRome was brought to trial and the theories upon which theconduct of the trial was based, and the means whereby thesentence was executed.
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