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Marcus Antistius Labeo

Marcus Antistius Labeo
Autor: Frederic P. Miller / Agnes F. Vandome / John McBrewster
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Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Marcus Antistius Labeo (d. 10 or 11 AD) was a prominent jurist of ancient Rome. He was the son of Quintus Antistius Labeo, a jurist who caused himself to be slain after the defeat of his party at Philippi. A member of the plebeian nobility, and in easy circumstances, the younger Labeo early entered public life, and soon rose to the praetorship; but his undisguised antipathy to the new regime, and the somewhat brusque manner in which in the Senate he occasionally gave expression to his republican sympathies--what Tacitus (Ann. iii. 75) calls his incorrupta libertas--proved an obstacle to his advancement, and his rival, Ateius Capito, who had unreservedly given in his adhesion to the ruling powers, was promoted by Caesar Augustus to the consulate, when the appointment should have fallen to Labeo; smarting under the wrong done him, Labeo declined the office when it was offered to him in a subsequent year (Tac. Ann. iii. 75; Pomponius in fr. 47, Dig. i. 2). From this time he seems to have devoted his whole time to jurisprudence.

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