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The consequences of avoiding census in Roman law. (RI §414019)  

- Anna Tarwacka

Purposeful absence to the census was sanctioned very severely: the property of an incensus was confiscated and auctioned, and the citizen himself was sold into slavery, and in consequence, he suffered a capitis deminutio maxima, that is lost his liberty and citizenship (Dion. Hal. 4,15,6; Liv. 1,44; G. 1,160). I am convinced that these consequences were brought only by a sentence in criminal proceedings held before a centuriate assembly, initiated only after lustrum (Paris. ZRG XVIII, 170.176; Lex Osca tabulae Bantinae 4,10), and later on within the cognitio extra ordinem.

Palabras clave: incensus; censors; capitis deminutio maxima;

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