LEX FUFIA CANINIA

LEX FUFIA CANINIA

lex Fufia Caninia (leks foof-ee-[schwa] k[schwa]-nI-nee-[schwa]). [Latin] Roman law. A law prohibiting owners from freeing by will more than a certain number or proportion of their slaves. ? Justinian later abrogated this law. ¡ª Also termed Fufian Caninian law; Fusian Caninian law.
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