tutela (t[y]oo-tee-l[schwa]), n. [Latin ¡°tutelage¡±] Roman law. A type of guardianship either for those not having reached puberty (tutela impuberum) or for women (tutela mulierum). ? The guardian was called the tutor, the ward the pupillus. Guardians for women no longer existed in Justinian’s time. Cf. CURA.
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