Manumissio

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Manumissio (manu + missio) est liberatio servi a possessore ipso effecta.

Leges Romanae imperiales, praecipue Lex Fufia-Caninia anni 2 a.C.n. numerum circumscripserunt servorum qui in testimoniis liberari potuerunt. Pacta manumissionis Delphi copiose inventa singula necessariorum liberationis habent.

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Bibliographia[recensere | fontem recensere]

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