Sul valore delle espressioni ‘dicis gratia’ e ‘dicis causa’ nel linguaggio dei giuristi

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Abstract

The A. investigates the meaning of the terms ‘dicis gratia’ and ‘dicis causa’ in the legal sources. Probably these expressions belong to the ancient Roman legal lexicon (arg. ex Varro de ling. Lat. 6.61). In the jurisprudential texts [Gai 1.141, 1.190, 2.103 and 104, 2.252, D. 13.6.4 (Gai. 1 de verb. obl.), 29.5.1.34 (Ulp. 50 ad ed.)] dicis gratia and dicis causa do not occur – according to the reconstruction of the A. – with unique semantic meaning (and, in particular, purely and simply in the sense of ‘pro forma’). In the Institutes of Gaius it is possible to trace an echo of their original legal value. Two glosses of the pseudo Philoxenos (corp. glos. Lat. 2.48.42 and 43) retain memory of the polysemy of such terms.
Lingua originaleItalian
pagine (da-a)263-303
Numero di pagine41
RivistaSTUDIA ET DOCUMENTA HISTORIAE ET IURIS
Volume81 (2015)
Stato di pubblicazionePublished - 2015

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