lex regia (leks ree-jee-[schwa]). [Latin ¡°royal law¡±] Roman law. A law ostensibly enacted by the Roman people granting wide legislative and executive powers to the emperor, later interpreted as providing that the emperor was a source of law, the emperor had full legislative powers, and the emperor’s will or pleasure had the full force of law. See LEGES IMPERII.
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