lex Atilia (leks [schwa]-til-ee-[schwa]). [Latin] Roman law. A law granting to magistrates the right to appoint guardians. ? The law is named after the person who proposed it, perhaps the tribune L. Atilius Regulus. It was enacted about 210 B.C. ¡ª Also termed Atilian law.
What is the legal equivalence of LEX ATILIA in Chinese?
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