A Roman jurist, one of the murderers of Iulius Caesar. He put an end to his life after the
battle of Philippi, B.C. 42.
A son of the preceding, and a still more eminent jurist. He adopted the republican opinions
of his father, and was in consequence disliked by Augustus. It is probable that the
of Horace was a stroke levelled against the jurist in order
to please the emperor. Labeo wrote a large number of works, which are cited in the
He was the founder of one of the two great legal schools spoken of under Iurisprudentia
. He died A.D. 17.