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Therefore, Livy places triumviri mensariis among the officials who par- ticipated in three-man boards appointed to deal with various issues. A Historical Argument, Philadelphia Politics and Ideology in EnglandLondon Seizure of property and forced sales were done after a reliable pricing by officials. The Libertarian Ideal, Philadelphia However, unlike the commission of five, they were not appointed once.

The plebiscite also introduced the quadruplum penalty which consisted of an obligation to pay the value four-fold of unduly collected interest. Philosophy, Politics and Society, red. About irregular deposit see also T.

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Mensarii arouse general respect and es- teem as far as their activity was concerned. Skip to main content. On Negative and Positive Liberty, [w: Real Freedom for All, Oxford Manavit ea privatorum benignitas ex urbe etiam in castra, ut non eques, non cen- turio stipendium acciperet, mercennariumque increpantes vocarent qui liwiuzz.

They collected gold, silver as well as the bronze mint coins. Log In Sign Up.

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Cassius quidem Parmensis quadam epistola non tan- tum ut pistoris, sed etiam ut nummulari nepotem sic taxat Augustum: The events described by Livy 26, 36ini- tiated by the consuls, the aim of which was to collect funds for the army, demanded a great amount of labour from the triumviri mensariis.


He describes the bank with the word trape- dza, which in his opinion related to the table at which transactions were made — Compare M. A Coherence Theory, Indianapolis Liberalism and Modern Society: In this case, a new kind of office was created, which was operating at least until BC.

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Subsequent lex Minucia de triumviris mensariis passed in BC ap- pointed triumviri mensariis, that is officials having similar competences as quinqueviri mensari. Masses of citizens incurred debts — nexum. It was probalby a plebiscte binding all citizens according to lex Hortensia of BC.

G, Ius 40p. It was a nationwide problem which could lead to social unrest.

It was a safe and sure form of deposit since financial resources entrusted to the state were easily reclaimable. Aurum argentum haesi signatum omne senatores crastino die in publi- cum conferamus, ita ut anulos sibi quisque et coniugi et liberis, et filio bullam et quibus uxor filiaeve sunt singulas uncias pondo auri relinqu- ant: Hunc consensum senatus equester ordo est secutus, equestris ordinis plebs.

Liwiuzz analysed the debt of the poor and to ensure security measures against social unrest offered them financial aid. Frank, Storia economica di Roma trad.


Nummu- larii were at first involved in banking on the behalf and for the benefit of the state and were next engaged in other activity, being part of mensa ar- gentaria.

However, it is only a hypothesis, considering the fragmentary character of the source. The debtors who could not provide such guarantee transferred their property to lieiusz as debt repayment. Bartosz Szolc-Nartowski, Warszawa As noted by Pi- kulska, this was possible by virtue of a plebiscite de quinqueviris mensariis creandis.

De Legibus et Consuetudinibus Angliae, Cambridgevol. The first regulation within the sphere of the maximum value of the collected rate was established by the Twelve Tables Law,22 which did not however prevent the practice which consisted of adding the interest unpaid in due time to the amount of the basic loan. The Metaphysical Theory of the State: Studies in honour of Raymond Bogaert, Studia Hellenistica 44p.

Manlio consulibus de unciario fenore a M. Visions of Politics, vol. Bankers, loans and archives in the Ancient World. This commission probably had vast power. Another mention about mensarii also comes from Livy. III, Milanopp. This com- mission had probably wide competences.