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Terminus- witness of the Ancient Roman life


FRÝDEK Miroslav

Year of publication 2012
Type Article in Periodical
Magazine / Source Journal on European history of law
MU Faculty or unit

Faculty of Law

Field Law sciences
Keywords Terminus; Ancient life; Roman Law;
Description The term landmark is a word of many senses. On one side it can mean “immaterial landmark” as a date, battle or other event as a ground for something new. For example, dates of before Christ (BC) and after Christ (AC). Otherwise, the landmark is “material” and it determines certain circle or a distance. The best known ancient material landmark is so-called null milestone in Rome. In both cases, landmark designated certain marking - determination of certain area. This article is devoted to landmarks, which determine private (land) ownership and their legal regulation.

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