Definition of Plebiscitum. Meaning of Plebiscitum. Synonyms of Plebiscitum

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Definition of Plebiscitum

Plebiscitum
Plebiscitum Ple`bis*ci"tum, n. [L., fr. plebs, plebis, common people + scitum decree.] (Rom. Antiq.) A law enacted by the common people, under the superintendence of a tribune or some subordinate plebeian magistrate, without the intervention of the senate.

Meaning of Plebiscitum from wikipedia

- The Plebiscitum Ovinium (often called the Lex Ovinia) was an initiative by the Plebeian Council that transferred the power to revise the list of members...
- Lex Claudia (classical Latin: [leːks ˈklau̯dɪ.a]) also known as the plebiscitum Claudianum or the lex Claudia de nave senatoris, was a Roman law p****ed...
- describing the restrictions placed on Senatorial business activity by the plebiscitum Claudianum of 218 BC, and related legislation: it may have been intended...
- difference between a plebiscitum, a plebeian law, and a lex, a law per se. The lex Hortensia simply changed the recognition of the plebiscitum such that it was...
- individuals from the Senate. Around the year 318 BC, the "Ovinian Plebiscite" (plebiscitum Ovinium) gave this power to another Roman magistrate, the censor, who...
- matters which were of importance to the Tribunes. Plebiscita (sing. Plebiscitum) were proposals brought forward by the Tribunes of the Plebs that were...
- BC, however, the Plebeian Council enacted the "Ovinian Plebiscite" (plebiscitum Ovinium), which gave the power to appoint new senators to the Roman Censors...
- conditam. PR.PR. – Praefectus praetorii, Propraetor. P.S. – ****ia sua, Plebiscitum, Proprio sumptu, Publicae saluti, Post scriptum. P.V. – Pia victrix,...
- members of their own families. Also, this period saw the enacting of the plebiscitum Ovinium, which transferred the power to appoint new senators from the...
- plebs in 491. Marcus Decius, tribune of the plebs in 311 BC, carried a plebiscitum, that the people should appoint duumviri navales to restore and equip...