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If the intense person, who styled himself now not unjustly the scourge of God and terror of the area, had by no means existed, the background of the Huns might were little or no extra attention-grabbing to us at present epoch, than that of the Gepidae, or Alans, or any of the manager countries that have been assembled below his banner; however the immensity of the exploits, and the nonetheless larger pretensions of that memorable warrior, render it a question of curiosity to understand the origins of his strength, and the very beginnings from which his countrymen had arisen, to threaten the subjugation of the civilized international, and the extirpation of the Christian faith. There has most likely existed, ahead of or because the time of Attila, yet another potentate, who, in his short profession, handed like a meteor over Europe, increase an empire, that was once maintained by means of his own features, and crumbled to atoms the instant he was once withdrawn from it, leaving, even though, effects of which it's tough to calculate the level or termination…

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Iul. 85), and the incident led the tribune Casca to issue an edict that he should not be identified nor held to be in agreement with the other Casca who had participated in Caesar's murder (Dio Cass. 2-3). The sources show great sympathy with the behaviour of the crowds in these cases. When C. Fabius Hadrianus, governor in Africa, was burned to death in his official residence in 82 by Roman citizens (Livy, Per. 86), the deed was not prosecuted, according to Cicero, because everyone believed that he had deserved his fate.

Furthermore, there is evidence of the employment of this type of popular justice in legal and political contexts. Certain forms of public denunciation could be understood as supporting the course of law. 32 33 34 See Harris (1986): London apprentices during the seventeenth century rather regularly staged ritualized attacks on brothels on Shrove Tuesday, but one held unusually during Easter Week of 1668 met with massive repression because it was understood as attacking the crown's religious policy as well.

1). This argument shows that even during the Principate one might be prepared to accept certain deficiencies of law enforcement if improvement would have unpleasant implications. It was quite another matter that, despite complaints, informer-accusers in cases of treason were considered indispensable 18 19 Compare the provisions of the criminal law: praemia were apparently not offered for all kinds of criminal prosecution, but were especially established for cases (such as electoral bribery) in which no victim (or other person on behalf of a victim) was likely to undertake prosecution (Alexander 1985).

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