'IMMUNES' W ARMII RZYMSKIEJ W UJĘCIU JURYSTY RZYMSKIEGO PUBLIUSA TARUTTIENUSA PATERNUSA

Michał Norbert Faszcza, Karol Kłodziński
2016 Zeszyty Prawnicze  
THE 'IMMUNES' IN THE ROMAN ARMY ACCORDING TO THE ROMAN JURIST PUBLIUS TARUTTIENUS PATERNUS Summary The article presents the Roman jurist Publius Taruttienus Paternus, who was a praetorian prefect and military commander in the final phase of the Marcomannic Wars, and incorporates an analysis of a passage from Paternus' Digest (D. 50,6,7). In this passage Paternus described the immunes, a category of Roman soldiers specialising in technical and medical tasks. The authors use legal, numismatic, narrative, epigraphic and papyrological sources.
doi:10.21697/zp.2012.12.4.03 fatcat:vefzsmp4mbeqzhqbl2hn334xfa