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BOOK FIFTYIMEANING OF EXPRESSIONS 447 estates as a result of a fideicommissum without taking account of taxation have an action under the ruling of the deified Pius Antoninus, an action which he wished to be available even when a legacy had been paid. 2. The offer of a monetary surety to prevent an estate being seized as a pledge is not allowed in the case of tax money which has not been paid on the due day; nor will a hearing be accorded to a legatee making a contrary claim over tax in arrears on the grounds that the heir is paying along with the man who was placed in charge of receiving tax. 6 CELSUS,Digest, book 25: The colony of Philippi possesses jus Italicum. 7 GAIUS,Lex Julia et Papia, book 6: Troas, Berytus, and Dyrrachium possess jus Italicurn. 8 PAUL,Censuses, book 2: In Lusitania the Pacenses and Emeritenses possess jus Italicurn. The Valentini and Ilicitani have the same status. The Barcinonenses there are also immune. 1. The Lugdunenses in Gaul and likewise the Viennenses in Narbonensis possess jus Italicurn. 2. In lower Germany the Agrippinenses possess jus Italicum. 3. Laodicea in Syria and Berytus in Phoenice possess jus Italicum, and also their territory. 4. The city of Tyre was made of the same status by the deified Severus and Antoninus. 5. The deified Antoninus made Antioch a colony, reserving the right of taxation. 6. Our Emperor Antoninus made the city of Emesa a colony possessed of jus Italicurn. 7. The deified Vespasian made Caesarea a colony without adding that they should possess jus Italicum, but he remitted the poll-tax there; and the deified Titus then interpreted the ruling to mean that their territory had also been made immune. The Capitolienses seem to be in the same position. 8. In the province of Macedonia, the Dyrracheni, Cassandrenses, Phillippenses, Dienses, and Stobenses possess jus Italicurn. 9. In the province of Asia, there are two communities with jus Italicurn, Troas and Parium. 10. In Pisidia, the colony of Antioch possesses the same status. 11. In Africa, Carthage, Utica, and Leptis Magna were granted jus Italicurn by the deified Severus and Antoninus. THE MEANING OF EXPRESSIONS 1 ULPIAN,Edict, book 1: This expression "if anyone" covers both men and women. 2 PAUL,Edict, book 1: The designation "city" relates to the area within the walls; the designation "Rome," however, includes also the adjoining buildings which is a larger area. 1. "The greater part of each day" is the first seven hours of the day not the last. 3 ULPIAN,Edict, book 2: "Twenty miles a day are to be covered in the course of the journey" is to be understood in such a way that if, after this computation, less than twenty miles remain, they may occupy a whole day. Thus, if there are twenty-one miles, two days are allotted to them. This computation is of course only to be done if there is no agreement about the day. 1 . It is not possible to talk about the inheritance of someone who died in enemy hands since he died a slave. BOOK FIFTY /MEANING OF EXPRESSIONS 447 estates as a result of a fideicommissum· without taking account of taxation have an action under the ruling of the deified Pius Antoninus, an action which he wished to be available even when a legacy had been paid. 2. The offer of a monetary surety to prevent an estate being seized as a pledge is not allowed in the case oftax money which has not been paid on the due day; nor will a hearing be accorded to a legatee making a contrary claim over tax in arrears on the grounds that the heir is paying along with the man who was placed in charge of receiving tax. 6 CELSUS, Digest, book 25: The colony of Philippi possesses jus Italicum. 7 GAlUS, Lex Julia et Papia, book 6: Troas, Berytus, and Dyrrachium possess jus Italicum. 8 PAUL, Censuses, book 2: In Lusitania the Pacenses and Emeritenses possess jus Italicum. The Valentini and llicitani have the same status. The Barcinonenses there are also immune. 1. The Lugdunenses in Gaul and likewise the Viennenses in Narbonensis possess jus Italicum. 2. In lower Germany the Agrippinenses possess jus Italicum. 3. Laodicea in Syria and Berytus in Phoenice possess jus Italicum, and also their territory. 4. The city of Tyre was made of the same status by the deified Severus and Antoninus. 5. The deified...


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