relegatio

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El final del fragmento trae a colacion las penas que van desde la interdiccion de negociar a los negotiatores (55); e incluso, en los supuestos mas graves, la relegatio. Y en el caso de los humilliores, la condena a trabajos forzosos; ademas que se podian aplicar la pena establecida en la lex iulia de veinte aureos.
Jack Rodwell is still on Premier League wages on a contract without an automatic pay cut on relegatio. The rest of last season's squad are still largely on generous wages other clubs are reluctant to pick up.
Mestre da elegia amorosa, poeta votado a relegatio por inexplicavel decreto de Augusto, Ovidio "consegue transportar-nos para a realidade do mito e da fantasia, dando voz a Hero e a Leandro para que sirvam como testemunhas do poder do Eros" (p.
Segun la legislacion imperial, el Cesar podia sentenciar a un acusado a la pena del exilio mediante la formula de la deportatio o de la relegatio. En cualquier caso, la persona exiliada perdia sus bienes y, si era ciudadano romano, podia perder igualmente su ciudadania.
And Socrates, when asked from what country he came, replied that he "was not a Lacedemonian, nor an Athenian, but a citizen of the world." (127) Shifting his cultural context from classical to Christian concepts of identity and affiliation, Palla reminds Onofrio that his exile is not a "proscription" but rather a relegatio, a distancing from worldly concerns that should encourage him to focus on his true, celestial patria: just as the soul is imprisoned in the body, so also the world is itself a prison.
(25.) En cualquier caso, habria sido improbable que volviera junto a el, dado que Manio Laberio Maximo fue declarado suspectus imperio y condenado al exilio con una relegatio in insulam en el Mar Negro.
Her death thankfully, he feels, preceded his humiliation and disgrace, his internal banishment (relegatio) for laesa maiestas (Tr.
Quatuor quoque apud Romanos dicuntur fuisse genera exilii, proscriptio, inscriptio, relegatio, exilium.
An exilium is either a legal banishment (the legal terms are expulsio, eiectio, aquae et ignis interdictio, deportatio and relegatio), or a voluntary emigration (demigratio, fuga, peregrinatio).
RohrVio, Pande, Elena, Menelao e la relegatio A' Ovidio a Tomi, Lexis 16, 1998, 233.
Imediatamente obriga o casal desavindo a divorciar-se e ordena nessa data a relegatio de Julia para a ilha de Pandateria, situada a muitas milhas da costa meridional italiana de Napoles.