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Atilici'nus

a Roman jurist, who probably lived about the middle of the first century of the Christian era.


Works

He seems to have been attached to the sect of Proculus (Heinec. Hist. Jur. Rom. ยง 230), to whom he addressed a letter, which is contained in the Digest in an extract from Proculus. (Dig. 23. tit. 4. s. 17.) He is several times referred to in the Digest, and is also cited in the Institutes (2. tit. 14, pr.) as an authority; but there is no direct extract from him, and the names of his works have not been preserved, though Bach (Hist. Jur. Rom. p. 411) seems to infer from Dig. 12. tit. 4. s. 7. pr., that he published responsa.

[J.T.G]

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