This volume focuses on Livy's reports of the expulsion of Latins and Italians from Rome in the years 206-173 BC. While previous research has identified the expelled as disenfranchised Roman citizens, this study shows that only migrants without Roman citizenship were expelled. The author puts his findings into their legal historical contexts and analyzes the requirements for the in- or exclusion of foreigners in Rome as well as the political function and impact of the rights of the Latins. German text.
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