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L’INNEGABILE INFLUENZA SUI GRACCHI DELLA MADRE CORNELIA. (Italian)

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    • Alternate Title:
      MOTHER CORNELIA’S UNDENIABLE INFLUENCE ON THE GRACOS. (English)
    • Abstract:
      The Graco brothers, recognized as heroes of ancient Rome for their revolutionary policy, their legislation openly favorable to plebs interests, and their more open-minded legal vision than their predecessors as tribunes of the plebs, cost them their lives, but they did not leave behind. This is to claim the need for more egalitarian norms to enhance the Roman State. The influence of their mother Cornelia in both, at the time of their first formation, Greek and Roman, as well as his sister Sempronia, turned their children into innovators of Roman law, adapted to the vicissitudes of a Roman republic convulsed by war conflicts and the construction of a new one society. [ABSTRACT FROM AUTHOR]
    • Abstract:
      Los hermanos Graco, reconocidos como héroes de la antigua Roma por su política revolucionaria, su legislación abiertamente favorable a los intereses plebeyos, y su visión jurídica más aperturista que sus antecesores como tribunos de la plebe, les costó la vida, pero no dejaron por ello de reivindicar la necesidad de normas más igualitarias para engrandecer el Estado Romano. La influencia de su madre Cornelia en ambos, a la hora de su primera formación, griega y romana, así como a su hermana Sempronia, convirtió a sus hijos en innovadores del derecho romano, adaptado a las vicisitudes de una república romana convulsionada por los conflictos bélicos y la construcción de una nueva sociedad. [ABSTRACT FROM AUTHOR]
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