Togati

TOGATI. Rom. civ, law. Under the empire, when the toga had ceased to be the usual costume of the Romans, advocates were nevertheless obliged to wear it whenever they pleaded a cause. Hence they were called togati. This denomination received an official or legal sense in the imperial constitutions of the fifth and sixth centuries, and the words togati, consortium (corpus, ordo, collegium,) togatorum, frequently occur in those acts.

A Law Dictionary, Adapted to the Constitution and Laws of the United States. By John Bouvier. Published 1856.
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Among the topics are Hellenistic terracottas and limestone sculptures in Cypriot sanctuaries: on the search for types and votive habits, some new insights into the material used for the decoration of Hellenistic terracotta figurines in the Pherai workshops of Greece, terracotta veiled women: a symbol of transition from nymphe to gyne, clay togati (men wearing a tunic and holding a scroll) from harbor and river towns: some hypotheses regarding their occurrence and meaning, and the case of the Persian riders at Seleucid Jebel Khalid on the Euphrates: the survival of Syrian tradition in a Greek settlement.
Poiche, infatti, soprattutto i giudici non togati possono essere influenzati dalle notizie che ricevono fuori dal processo e dagli atti processuali, e necessario che si preveda un rimedio per la parte lesa.
A typical procession might begin with troops and trumpets followed by carriages with the Viceroy and Sindaco, great office holders, the feudal nobility grouped by title, the representatives of the "seggi," the legal "togati" of magistrates, and officials of the Royal palace.
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