Lex Flavia Malacitana. Lex Flavia Malacitana. Introduction, version and notes by Rafael León and Alfonso Canales, Doctors in Law. Preliminary note by Alfonso G. Barbancho, Dean of the Faculty of Political, Economic and Commercial Sciences of Malaga. Edition of the City Council of Malaga, 1969.
Rustic binding with flaps, 22 x 27.5 cm format. 72 pages plus 5 fold-out sheets (complete). Study, transcription and translation of Latin texts into Spanish.
The Lex Flavia Malacitana, also known as Lex Malaca, is a compendium of five bronze tablets made up of legal statutes that establish the passage of the Roman city of Malacca (Málaga) from a federated city to a full-fledged municipality in the Roman Empire. Currently they are not preserved in their entirety, only those containing the headings from 51 to 69, and are deposited in the National Archaeological Museum of Madrid.
Complete copy in perfect condition, conserving 2 small circular pad ink stamps from the previous owner.
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