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The position of Freedmen in the Early Roman Empire
|Title:||The position of Freedmen in the Early Roman Empire|
|Date Issued:||Jun 1969|
|Abstract:||This thesis deals with the legal, social and economic position of this majority of freedmen. It proposes to show how they fared in Roman life, in consequence of their status as freedmen. Its scope includes only ordinary libertini, formally freed by a Roman master under normal conditions.|
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Honors Projects for European Languages and Literature|
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