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Jurisprudent Lucije Neracije Prisk
The Jurisprudent Neratius Priscus

Author(s): Samir Aličić
Subject(s): History, Law, Constitution, Jurisprudence, History of Law, Diplomatic history, Ancient World
Published by: Udruženje za proučavanje i promoviranje ilirskog naslijeđa i drevnih i klasičnih civilizacija “BATHINVS”
Keywords: Gent of Neratii;Neratius Priscus;Aristo;Labeo;Roman law;jurisprudence;Pannonia;Illyricum;

Summary/Abstract: Politician and jurist which for a while, most probably in the periode between 102 and 106 a. D., performed function of administrator of Province of Pannonia. He was a renewned legal expert and member of Imperial council (consilium principis). As a student of Celsus the Elder, he was after his death, together with Celsus the Younger, leader of the Proculean legal school of thought. The biggest influence on him had Labeo, but he’s also closelly related to a less known jurisprudent Aristo. He gaved a big importance to legal rules and moral principles, and was under influence of both italic moralist tradition and stoic philosophy.

  • Issue Year: 2/2018
  • Issue No: 2
  • Page Range: 395-406
  • Page Count: 12
  • Language: Serbian