Definition of Juramentum. Meaning of Juramentum. Synonyms of Juramentum

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Definition of Juramentum

Juramentum
Juramentum Ju`ra*men"tum, n.; pl. Juramenta. [L.] (Roman & Old Eng. Law) An oath.

Meaning of Juramentum from wikipedia

- curiae praerogativae, locative case Juramento, ablative of late-Latin noun Juramentum, oath, thus "By the oath of, with the oath of", the name following of...
- Antejuramentum, and præjuramentum, historically called juramentum calumniæ (literally, "oath to accuse falsely"), is an oath which both the accuser and...
- law on 22 June, 1606; it was also called the Oath of Obedience (Latin: juramentum fidelitatis). Whatever effect it had on the loyalty of his subjects, it...
- Israel prior to modern times. 615 Italy. The earliest referral to the Juramentum Judaeorum (the Jewish Oath): the concept that no heretic could be believed...
- Bishops) Juramentum Escaetorum (The Oath of Escheators) Juramentum Majorum et Ballivorum (The Oath of Mayor and Bailiffs) Abjuratio et Juramentum Latronum...
- had instructed their listeners that the Catholic Church's teaching of juramentum contra utilitatem ecclesiasticam prœstitum non tenet ("No oath contrary...
- In 1698, Frederick III of Brandenburg banned widow conservation by the Juramentum simoniae, as being a form of purchase of the vicarage office. Widow conservation...
- Gretzero, L. Lessio, M. Becano, aliisque nonnullis contra recens Fidelitatis Juramentumfacta sunt, … examinantur. (R. W. … Apologeticæ Responsionis ad Libellum...
- lengthens the poet's life considerably, but there is a reference in a juramentum fidelitatis praestitum anno 1310 a populo ferrariense Clementi pp. V (an...
- reparation therefor according to the estimation of the injured, made by his juramentum in litem [ie: 'oath in the action'] . Thus, things stolen or robbed ....
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