lex Furia testamentaria
(leks fyoor-ee-[schwa] tes-t[schwa]-men-tair-ee-[ schwa]). [Latin] Roman law A law prohibiting a testator from bequeathing more than 1,000 asses (i.e., 722 pounds) of copper or the equivalent.
? This law, dating from the middle of the republic, was one of the first to restrict legacies. It was passed between 204 and 169 B.C.
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