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3: Reprehendenti filio Tito, quod etiam urinae vectigal commentus esset, pecuniam ex prima pensione admovit ad nares, sciscitans num odore offenderetur, et illo negante: Atqui, inquit, e lotio est.
Sin embargo, una explicacion alternativa defiende que no se trato en realidad de la solicitud de un impuesto regular, sino que el uso indistinto de vectigal y stipendium por parte de Livio haria referencia a la imposicion de una indemnizacion de guerra, de caracter puntual.
Laws 8:847b) Vectigal importandarum aut exportandarum rerum: nullum sitpenitus.
Conforme se explica na nota 10 desta mesma pagina, o ager vectigalis era a terra publica, ou do povo romano, que era entregue em arrendamento por longo prazo a particulares mediante uma renda fixa, chamada vectigal.
7) Diferentes de los ager occupatorius: terrenos publicos explotados por meros tenedores, que debian pagar una retribucion o vectigal.
Wolters examines the forms of contribution and their development from the days of the Roman republic through the imperial period, concentrating on the terms vectigal, revenue of various kinds from public land; stipendium, originally, a cash payment; and tributum, a direct tax paid to the Roman state (pp.
In the final sentence of the cited passage--"Vel vectigal dicitur, quod datur principi, quando per patriam devehitur, sicut sunt procurationes et alia hujusmodi"--the logical subject of devehitur seems to me to be the prince.
Burke, in the course of some very severe animadversions which he made on Lord North for want of due economy in his management of the public purse, introduced the well-known aphorism, Magnum vectigal est parsimonia, but was guilty of a false quantity by saying vectigal.
Es decir, el interdicto de loco publico fruendo no se refiere en sentido estricto a las cosas publicas in publico usu, sino, principalmente, a campos o terrenos publicos (ager publicus) que se conceden en arrendamiento a los particulares y sobre los cuales se puede exigir el correspondiente vectigal.
Una vision general sobre la fiscalidad militar romana en los anos iniciales de la presencia romana en la Peninsula Iberica: Naco, Toni: Vectigal Incertum.