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Livy claimed that despite the difficulties the result of mensarii activity was excellent. Quinqueviri mensarii dziejr appointed then and as a consequence a kind of public bank was created which consisted of 5 citizens. Therefore, Livy places triumviri mensariis among the officials who par- ticipated in three-man boards appointed to deal with various issues.
They appeared in Rome in the 4th century, in BC.
Thus mensarii had a very difficult task to fulfil. From Psychological to the Politics Agency, Cambridge They could therefore, in the name of the state, carry out financial transactions especially with the lenders. That is why triumviri mensa- riis could hardly manage to accept and the writers to register the contri- butions. The author of the letter claimed that the grandfa- ther of the Princeps was a money-changer of Nerulum who married a dau- ghter of a dzeje of Aricia.
Menenio tribunis plebis rogatio est perlata; et plebs aliquanto eam cupidius sciuit. Whereas mensarii were respectable state officials, daieje comparing them to despicable professions or calling them disdainfully money-changers or usurers, does not harmonise fzymu the dignity of their distinction. Moreover, triumviri mensariis accepted and registered all voluntary contributions for the benefit of the state.
However, it is only a hypothesis, considering the fragmentary character of the source. Schmitz, Mensarii, Mensularii, or Nummularii, [in: However, unlike the preceding five-man commission they were not appointed once, in this case we can speak about a certain type of office which operated at least until BC.
Studies in honour of Raymond Bogaert, Studia Hellenistica 44p. Action, Nationality and Citizenship: Frank, Storia economica di Roma trad. A Theory of Freedom and Government, Oxford A Theory of Freedom: Power, Impartiality and Justice, Aldershot A Reconstruction, Oxford The plebiscite also introduced the quadruplum penalty which consisted of an obligation to pay the value four-fold of unduly collected interest.
He describes the bank with the word trape- dza, which in his rxymu related to the table at which transactions were made — Compare M. Mielczarek with the term trapedzitas described a banker checking coins, making exchanges, giving loans or accepting a deposit. Banche e banchieri nella Roma repubblicana.
All so- cial strata took part in the collection of public funds. I, Weimarpp. Coercion and Freedom, [w: I, New Yorkp. Green in Conceptions of Liberty in Dzidje Philosophy, [w: The Metaphysical Theory of the State: Visions of Politis, vol. A Historical Argument, Philadelphia III, Milanopp. Nummu- larii were at first involved in banking on the behalf and for the benefit of the state and were next engaged in other activity, being part of mensa ar- gentaria. ,iwiusz suggested that the term mensarius was unknown and not used in prac- tice by the majority of authors except Titus Livius L.
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The Philosophical Theory of the State, London Masses of citizens incurred debts — nexum. Aemili Pauli consulis et Q. A Criticism, London Collini, Stefan: Cassius quidem Parmensis quadam epistola non tan- tum ut pistoris, sed etiam ut nummulari nepotem sic taxat Augustum: Tarda enim nomina et impe- ditiora inertia debitorum quam facultatibus aut aerarium mensis cum aere in foro positis dissolvit, ut populo prius caveretur, aut aestimatio aequis rerum pretiis liberauit, ut non modo sine iniuria sed etiam sine querimoniis partis utriusque exhausta vis ingens aeris alieni sit.
In the cited excerpt a slight mistake might have appeared and its author meant another term related to people involved in banking, namely mensularus. It should be mentioned that frequent wars contributed to significant impo- verishment of the lower social strata.
Hanc unam viam multa inter nos conlocuti consules invenimus; ingre- dimini dis bene iuvantibus. The Case of Shipmony briefly discoursed, [w: Complete Prose Works vol. Each citizen bro- ught considerable amounts of gold, silver or bronze coins so as to be sure their name appeared as first on the list.
Henry Parker and the English Civil War: Liberalism and Modern Society: Benn, Stanley; Weinstein, William: Hunc consensum senatus equester ordo est secutus, equestris ordinis plebs.
It was probably not necessary. About irregular deposit see also T.