Proculus


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Proculus

 

Dates of birth and death unknown. Roman jurist of the mid-first century A.D., prominent representative of the Proculians, a legal school founded by Labeo.

Proculus and his followers opposed Sabinus and the Sabinians on a number of theoretical and practical issues of jurisprudence. The judgments of Proculus are distinguished by a depth of analysis and an understanding of the requirements of practice. They are known primarily from the works of other Roman jurists. Only a small number of fragments from Proculus’ works were used in the Digest.

References in classic literature ?
1st, Macerinus 2d, and Proculus Macerinus 3d, of whom the Chronicle of Haolander speaks.
Clodius Proculus en la vecina Castro del Rio, en un momento indeterminado del reinado de Vespasiano (25).
(2003) Proculus, giant Latin-american passalids: a generic revision, phylogeny and biogeography.
POMPEII 3D (12A) A PROLOGUE set in Northern Britannia AD62 introduces a boy called Milo, who witnesses the murder of his parents at the hands of corrupt Roman senator Corvus (Kiefer Sutherland) and sadistic henchman Proculus.
POMPEII 3D (12A) A PROLOGUE set in Northern Britannia AD62 introduces a boy called Milo (Dylan Schombing), who witnesses the murder of his parents at the hands of corrupt Roman senator Corvus (Kiefer Sutherland) and sadistic henchman Proculus (Sasha Roiz).
THE action begins with an AD62 prologue in Northern Britannia where a boy witnesses the murder of his parents by corrupt Roman senator Corvus (Kiefer Sutherland) and his sadistic henchman Proculus (Sasha Roiz).
Proculus, gigant Latin-American passalids revision, phylogeny and biogeography.
[...] Ofilius et eam emptionem et venditionem, cuius opinionem Proculus secutus est.
Stephen Protomartyr, who is sometimes shown as an infant being suckled by a doe in paintings of Boccaccio's time, as well as Saints Proculus and Maximus of Turin, who are said to have miraculously provided deer milk to others on certain occasions.
Et quia illa in ipsa sunt, ipsa in sui similitudine sursum ascendit ad priora, quemadmodum haec Proculus in eius recitat theologia" (Cfr.