The Ius Publicum

By: Anavitarte, E. J.*

The ius publicum is the set of legal norms that governed the relationship of Roman citizens with the city of Rome, and constitutes one of the two great areas for the exercise of rights in the Roman world.

This set of norms, grouped both the laws issued in the elections, as well as the ius honorarium, being essentially written, and variable throughout Roman history.

The need to find ways to organize civil society after the Monarchy, had as consequences a gradual abandonment of sacred law (fas), by legal norms that gave certainty of the exercise of common power that meant the Roman Republic.

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