Bernardo Santalucia, La giustizia penale in Roma antica, Bologna, Società editrice il Mulino, pp. 1-161
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A comprehensive profile, brief and concise, of the evolution of the administration of criminal justice in Rome, from the age of the origins to late antiquity. The author exposes the progressive development over time of the criminal law in the context of the Roman constitutional history and describes wisely the influence exercised in different eras by the political power of prosecution of the offenses, the followed procedure, composition and decision of the judicial bodies.