Keywords: evolution of Roman law, evolution of Roman law, archaic quiritarian law, edictal law, official development of law, praetor urbanus, iurisdictio, ius. Acta antiqua Academiae Scientiarum Hungaricae ISSN: Acta Antiqua publishes original research papers, review articles and book. Scope, Acta Antiqua publishes original research papers, review articles and book reviews in the field of ancient studies. It covers the field of history, literature.
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