Buckland's magisterial work of 1908 surveys in detail the principles of the Roman law regarding slavery.... service, they were largely employed in clerical and manual work in different departments, and even in work of a higher kind4. ... 57; 24. 14; Iul. Capit., M. Anton. 21. 6, volones; Val. Max. v. 6 As 8; C. Th. 7. 13. 16. For other cases, J. Gothofredus ad h. ... In general they volunteered and owners were compensated. s C. 10. 33.
|Title||:||The Roman Law of Slavery|
|Author||:||William Warwick Buckland|
|Publisher||:||Cambridge University Press - 2010-06-24|