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Law in the Crisis of Empire 379-455 ADThe Theodosian Dynasty and its Quaestors$
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Tony Honoré

Print publication date: 1998

Print ISBN-13: 9780198260783

Published to Oxford Scholarship Online: March 2012

DOI: 10.1093/acprof:oso/9780198260783.001.0001

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Honorius: The Milan Period (395–402)

Honorius: The Milan Period (395–402)

(p.212) 10 Honorius: The Milan Period (395–402)
Law in the Crisis of Empire 379-455 AD

Tony Honoré

Oxford University Press

This chapter discusses an analysis of the 151 laws that were enacted during the Milan Period (395–401). Fragments of these laws survive and allow identification of their respective quaestors: Hadrianus, Felix, Decius Albinus, Florentinus, and Alethius. The Western laws show less marked changes of style than the Eastern laws, so that to fix periods of quaestorial office is more difficult in the West than it is in the East.

Keywords:   Florentinus, Alethius, Milan period, quaestors, Western laws, Eastern laws, quaestorial office, Hadrianus, Felix, Decius Albinus

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