iudices

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Rom., es una mas de las multiples variantes atestiguadas entre los iudices de origen hispano (43).
"Barratariae", [seccion] 8: "Barratariam committunt iudices qui iustitiam auro vendunt vel quando innocentem aurum puniunt, & nocentem absolvunt, in auth.
[6] Et sic per quoscunque tam ordinaria quam delegata et mixta auctoritates fungentes iudices et personas, ubique iudicari, cogosci atque decidi debere, sublata eis et eorum cuilibet quauis aliter iudicandi, cognoscendi et decidendi facultate, necnon irritum et inane quicquid secus super hiis a quoquam, quauis auctoritate, scienter vel ignoranter contigerit attemptari, perpetuo decernimus.
Iudices Tribunalis Appellationis negativam sententiam tulerunt.
(15) Con este horizonte frente a su mirada, el mejor remedio contra la brujeria es el siguiente: "ut Iudices eorum insultus ad minus refrenent variis poenis auctrices maleficas castigando; vnde & infirmis facultas vsitandi maleficas amputabitur.
A letter of Sisebut in 612 is addressed to the bishops and iudices of the cities of Tucci (Martos), Mentesa (Montiel or La Guardia de Jaen) and Corduba (Cordoba) (27).
(39) In the 16th century, the knezes (kenezii) were a sort of mayors (villici, iudices) of the Romanian bondsmen villages, but originally they had been small Romanian feudal lords, holders of lands and peasants.
Annio Milone ad iudices oratio, Oxford, 1895, repr.
Sed hoc videro: certe quidem ad naturam rerum erit accommodanda narratio, atque ita cuncta dicenda, ut ad credendum iudices ipsa natura deducat" (Halm 1863, 323).
Ma et, ut beatus anche se ho potuto incorrere in alcuni meminit Hieronimus: errori, chiamo Iddio a testimone che "Qui multos scribit nulla ho scritto per malizia, nulla per libros, multos sumit superbia o per segreta volonta di iudices".
(25) Como confirma tambien la norma sobre las apelaciones con la referencia a los iudices ordinarii, Variae 9,18,11 (VISMARA, "Il diritto nel regno dei Goti", cit., p.
(14) ET 143: "The privileges conferred by the laws upon Jews shall be preserved: when disputes arise between those Jews who live in accordance with their own laws, they must have as judges those whom they consider to be teachers of their observance." ("Circa Iudaeos privilegia legibus delata serventur: quos inter se iurgantes, et suis viventes legibus, eos iudices habere necesse est, quos habent observantiae praeceptores.") On Theoderic's Jewish legislation, sec Amnon Linder, The Jews in the Legal Sources of the Early Middle Ages (Detroit, 1997), pp.