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  • noun Alternative spelling of manumitter.


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  • But the contracting parties were on an unequal footing, and the burden enforced by the manumittor was at times so intolerable that towards the close of the second century the praetor was forced to intervene and set limits to the personal service which might be expected from the gratitude of the liberated slave. [

    A History of Rome During the Later Republic and Early Principate


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