Archaic Period of the Roman Law

By: Anavitarte, E. J.*

In the archaic period we place all the law that was applied in Rome before the promulgation of the Laws of the Twelve Tables, which marked the beginning of a systematized legal system.

This historical period occurs with certainty throughout the monarchy (753-509 BC) and finds a transition phase between the end of the monarchy and the integration of the civitas into Roman public life in the year 367 BC.

This period of Roman law can also be referred to as ancient law, Quiritary law, or precivic law, and its main characteristic is that the gens and custom would be the regulating factor of people's lives.

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