Lex Coloniae Genitiuae Iuliae. Municipal Law of the ancient Urso (Osuna, Seville province, Andalusia, Spain) promulgated in 44 BC. Published in bronze tablets between 20 and 24 AD. Chapters 61 to 69. It discusses the regulation of the assistants of the magistrates, obligation of the duumviriis to propose the calendar of public holidays, regulation of the religious life of the colony, daily workings of urban life and the tax regime of public management activities. National Archaeological Museum. Madrid. Spain.

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Lex Coloniae Genitiuae Iuliae. Municipal Law of the ancient Urso (Osuna, Seville province, Andalusia, Spain) promulgated in 44 BC. Published in bronze tablets between 20 and 24 AD. Chapters 61 to 69. It discusses the regulation of the assistants of the magistrates, obligation of the duumviriis to propose the calendar of public holidays, regulation of the religious life of the colony, daily workings of urban life and the tax regime of public management activities. National Archaeological Museum. Madrid. Spain.

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