Lex Flavia Malacitana. Introduction, version and notes by Rafael León and Alfonso Canales, Doctors in Law. Malaga, City Hall, 1972.
Special edition on the occasion of the XIV Inter-American Congress of Municipalities held in Malaga.
Copy rebound in old gold sapphire vanol hardcover, format 22 x 28 cm. 64 pages. Folded sheet. 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 (Malaga) from a federated city to a full-fledged municipality in the Roman Empire. Currently they are not preserved in their entirety, only those that contain the rubrics from 51 to 69, and are deposited in the National Archaeological Museum of Madrid.
In EXCLUSIVE we are giving away a copy of the Mainake XXIII magazine from 2001 dedicated monographically to Lex Flavia Malacitana. Rustic bound with flaps, format 20 x 28 cm. 248 pages.
Copies in perfect condition and unique in this presentation.
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