Lex Coloniae Genitiuae Iuliae. Detail. Municipal Law of the ancient Urso (Osuna, Seville province, Andalusia, Spain) promulgated in 44 BC. Published in bronze tablets between 20 and 24 AD. Third tablet. Chapters 91 to 99. It deals with the personal benefits of public positions and the inconvenience of receiving gifts. It regulates the rights of association and assembly, the defense of the colony, the qualifications of magistracy candidates and the consensus for making government decisions. National Archaeological Museum. Madrid. Spain.

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Lex Coloniae Genitiuae Iuliae. Detail. Municipal Law of the ancient Urso (Osuna, Seville province, Andalusia, Spain) promulgated in 44 BC. Published in bronze tablets between 20 and 24 AD. Third tablet. Chapters 91 to 99. It deals with the personal benefits of public positions and the inconvenience of receiving gifts. It regulates the rights of association and assembly, the defense of the colony, the qualifications of magistracy candidates and the consensus for making government decisions. National Archaeological Museum. Madrid. Spain.

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