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date: 07 February 2023

Iunius Conguslocked

Iunius Conguslocked

  • Boris Rankov

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Iunius Congus, historian, jurist and antiquarian of the late second/early first century BC, admired by Lucilius (593 Krenkel) and referred to by Cicero as a man of great learning. He has usually been identified with M. Iunius Gracchanus (‘the Gracchan’), who wrote a treatise De Potestatibus and perhaps also some Commentarii.

Subjects

  • Latin Literature
  • Roman Law

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