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Lawgivers

Aubert, Jean-Jacques

In: The Sage Encyclopedia of Political Theory, 2010, p. 779-783

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Roman Commonwealth

Aubert, Jean-Jacques

In: The Sage Encyclopedia of Political Theory, 2010, p. 1205-1208

The form of our government is superior to that of all other states (civitates), because while the latter's commonwealth (res publica) was generally established by individual lawgivers through statutes and institutions, … ours was produced not by one, but by many talents, not over one's lifespan, but over several centuries and epochs.

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The Setting and Staging of Christian Trials

Aubert, Jean-Jacques

In: Spaces of Justice in the Roman World, 2010, p. 277-309

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L'insignifiance de la négritude: Maurice le Maure

Aubert, Jean-Jacques

In: Saint Maurice et la légion thébaine. Actes du colloque, 17-20 sept. 2003, Fribourg, Saint-Maurice, Martigny (Paradosis 49, Fribourg 2005), 2005, p. 57-66

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Conclusion : A Historian’s Point of View

Aubert, Jean-Jacques

In: Speculum luris : Roman Law as a Reflection of Economic and Social Life, 2002, p. 182-192

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The Republican Economy and Roman Law : Regulation, Promotion, or Reflection?

Aubert, Jean-Jacques

In: The Cambridge Companion to the Roman Republic, 2004, vol. 7, p. 160-178

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Policing the Countryside: Soldiers and Civilians in Egyptian Villages During the Third and Fourth Centuries A.D.

Aubert, Jean-Jacques

In: La hiérarchie (Rangordnung) de l'armée romaine sous le Haut-Empire. Actes du Congrès de Lyon (15-18 septembre 1994), 1995, vol. 6, p. 257-265