PER AES ET LIBRAM

PER AES ET LIBRAM

per aes et libram (p[schwa]r ees et lI-br[schwa]m). [Latin] Roman law. By bronze (or copper) and scales. ? The phrase typically referred to the fictitious sale in a mancipation during which the purchaser struck the scales with a piece of bronze or copper and then gave it to the seller as a symbol of the price. See MANCIPATION.
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