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Le gouverneur et le juriste : l’inscription de Béryte en l’honneur du consulaire Appius Alexander

Abstract : The Greek inscription which honours the consularis Appius Alexander on a statue base from Beirut (now in the National Museum) has been recently studied as part of the work done to prepare the IGLS volume devoted to the city of Berytus. It is not wholly new, insofar as its content was disclosed as early as 1978. However, since that date, it remained unknown to the researchers who have shown interest in Appius Alexander's career, maybe because the magistrate was cited after the “governors of Phoenicia in the later empire”. This document is here published for the first time in detail. While completing our knowledge of the provincial fasti of Syria-Phoenicia as well as of the activities of lawyers from Roman Arabia, it also appears to be the oldest epigraphical evidence about law teaching in Berytus in the third century AD.
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Julien Aliquot. Le gouverneur et le juriste : l’inscription de Béryte en l’honneur du consulaire Appius Alexander. Cahiers du Centre Gustave Glotz, De Boccard, 2015, 26, pp.191-198. ⟨halshs-01708716⟩

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