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ecloga

ecloga  

(᾽Εκλογή τω̑ν νόμων, lit. “selection of the laws”), a law book issued in Mar. 741 (rather than 726) by Leo III and Constantine V. The Ecloga presents in 18 titles ...
Nomos Stratiotikos

Nomos Stratiotikos  

(Νόμος στρατιωτικός; Lat. Leges militares, “Soldier's Law”), a collection of approximately 55 regulations, mainly penal and disciplinary, for soldiers.Manuscript TraditionThe extensive MS tradition ...
Peculium Castrense

Peculium Castrense  

(στρατιωτικὸν πεκούλιον). The 8th-C. Ecloga (16.1) defines peculium castrense as goods (i.e., wages, Booty, legacies, etc.) acquired while in military service, which were the soldier's own to ...

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