Title, Gromatici veteres, Volume 1. Gromatici veteres, Adolf August Friedrich Rudorff. Author, Corpus agrimensorum Romanorum. Editors, Friedrich Bluhme, Karl. Title, Gromatici veteres, ex recensione Caroli Lachmanni Die Schriften der romischen Feldmesser. Author, Karl Lachmann. Published, Export Citation . Get this from a library! Gromatici veteres. [Friedrich Bluhme; Karl Lachmann; Adolf August Friedrich Rudorff; Theodor Mommsen; E Bursian; Corpus.
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The Gromatici veteres also contains extracts from official registers probably belonging to the 5th century of colonial and other land surveys, lists and descriptions of boundary stones, and extracts from the Theodosian Codex.
Library resources about Gromatici. The foundation of colonies and the assignation of lands were now less common, though we read of colonies being established to a late period of the empire, and the boundaries of the lands must have been set out in due form.
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Open Preview See a Problem? The business of a finitor could only be done by a free man, and the honorable nature of his office is indicated by the rule that there was no bargain for his services, but he received his pay in the form of a gift.
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Retrieved from ” https: Home About Help Search. Somewhat later than Trajan was Siculus Flaccus De condicionibus agrorumextantwhile the most curious treatise on the subject, written in barbarous Latin and entitled Casae litterarum long a school textbook is the work of a certain Innocentius 4th-5th century.
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Some features of WorldCat will not be available. According to another constitution of the same emperors, the agrimensor was to receive an aureus from each of any three bordering proprietors whose boundaries he settled, and if he set a limes right between proprietors, he received an aureus for each twelfth part of the property through which fee restored the limes.
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