Legal distinctions between slaves and freemen in Roman and Germanic Law

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History

 

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Eddie S

 

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January 9, 2012

 

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High school

 

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Laws that governed slaves in the Roman Empire were passed down from generation to generation via written documents. These laws were established by various Emperors, but were also influenced by imperial decrees, opinions of learned jurists senatorial statutes etc . . There were many ways to become a slave in the Roman Empire...
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Laws that governed slaves in the Roman Empire were passed down from generation to generation via written documents. These laws were established by various Emperors, but were also influenced by imperial decrees, opinions of learned jurists senatorial statutes etc . . There were many ways to become a slave in the Roman Empire...
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