senatusconsult love

Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • noun A senatus consultum.

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  • noun A decree of the Roman senate.

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  • noun A decree of the Roman senate.

Etymologies

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Latin senatus consultum.

Examples

  • 5 A senatusconsult is a command and ordinance of the senate, for when the Roman people had been so increased that it was difficult to assemble it together for the purpose of enacting statutes, it seemed right that the senate should be consulted instead of the people.

    The Institutes of Justinian

  • After the passing of this senatusconsult the heir, wherever it came into operation, was sole administrator, and the transferee of the residue was in the position of

    The Institutes of Justinian

  • Claudianum, when a free woman, through indulgence of her passion for a slave, lost her freedom by the senatusconsult, and with her freedom her property.

    The Institutes of Justinian

  • 1 As, however, grandsons were not called by this senatusconsult with a statutory title to the succession of their grandmothers,

    The Institutes of Justinian

  • 7 A special enactment in favour of children in power is found in the senatusconsult of Macedo, which has prohibited the giving of loans of money to such persons, and refused an action to the lender both against the child, whether he be still in power, or has become independent by death of the ancestor or emancipation, and against the parent, whether he still retains the child in his power, or has emancipated him.

    The Institutes of Justinian

  • 2 Those whom the praetor calls to a succession do not become heirs in the eye of the law, for the praetor cannot make an heir, because persons become heirs by a statute only, or some similar ordinance such as a senatusconsult or an imperial constitution: but as the praetor gives them the possession of goods they become quasiheirs, and are called

    The Institutes of Justinian

  • 3 It is immaterial whether the assignment is made in a testament or not, and indeed patrons are enabled to exercise this power in any terms whatsoever, as is provided by the senatusconsult passed in the time of

    The Institutes of Justinian

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