privatus

A citizen without official capacity.
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Privatus

In Roman law, the Latin adjective privatus makes a legal distinction between that which is `private` and that which is publicus, `public` in the sense of pertaining to the Roman people (populus Romanus). Used as a substantive, the term privatus refers to a citizen who is not a public official or a member of the military. Increasingly throughou...
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Privatus

Citizen without official capacity.
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privatus

Latin, meaning: private, unofficial, a private person.
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privatus

private, unofficial, a private person.
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