dies fasti

dies fasti
dies fasti /fasˈtī or fäsˈtē/ or dies profesti /pro-fesˈtī or -tē/ plural noun
Days on which judgement could be pronounced and on which courts could be held in ancient Rome
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Main Entry:dies

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  • Dies fasti — (D. judiciarĭi, D. postulatorii), bei den Römern Tage, an welchen den ganzen Tag, dagegen D. intercīsi, an welchen nur einige Stunden, u. D. feriati, an welchen gar kein Gericht gehalten wurde …   Pierer's Universal-Lexikon

  • dies fasti — /dayiyz feestay/ In Roman law, days on which the courts were open, and justice could be legally administered; days on which it was lawful for the praetor to pronounce (fari) the three words do , dico , addico . Hence called triverbial days,… …   Black's law dictionary

  • dies fasti — /dayiyz feestay/ In Roman law, days on which the courts were open, and justice could be legally administered; days on which it was lawful for the praetor to pronounce (fari) the three words do , dico , addico . Hence called triverbial days,… …   Black's law dictionary

  • dies fasti — (Civil law.) Those days on which the business of the courts could be transacted. In the Roman calendar there were in the whole year but twenty eight judicial or triverbial days allowed to the praetor for deciding causes. 3 Bl Comm 424 …   Ballentine's law dictionary

  • Fasti — Fasti, 1) (Dies fasti, Dies calendares), das Verzeichniß der Gerichtstage, nebst den an denselben ausgezeichneten Personen, deren Thaten etc. Diese D. f. waren: a) F. majores (F. capitolini), auf dem Capitol aufgestellte Marmortafeln, auf welchen …   Pierer's Universal-Lexikon

  • Fasti — Saltar a navegación, búsqueda Para otros usos de este término, véase Fastos. Del latín fasti, orum (masculino plural), los fastos o calendario romano. En tiempos de Cayo Mario y Sila se llamó fasti a unas listas con el nombre de los cónsules,… …   Wikipedia Español

  • fasti — /fasˈtī or fäˈstē/ plural noun 1. Same as ↑dies fasti (see under ↑dies1) 2. An enumeration of the days of the year, a calendar 3. Annals ORIGIN: L …   Useful english dictionary

  • dies profesti — dies fasti /fasˈtī or fäsˈtē/ or dies profesti /pro fesˈtī or tē/ plural noun Days on which judgement could be pronounced and on which courts could be held in ancient Rome • • • Main Entry: ↑dies …   Useful english dictionary

  • Fasti — For the poem by Ovid, see Fasti (poem). Fasti Antiates Maiores, an inscription preserving a Roman calendar that predates the Julian reform, with July and August named as Quintilis and Sextilis, and allowing for the insertion of an intercalary… …   Wikipedia

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