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Consequently he enacted with reference to all slaves who had been condemned for some crime, or who had been fettered by their masters as a punishment, or who for bad conduct had been sent from domestic service to the mill or the rural estate,' that, if subsequently freed, they were to belong to the class of dediticii; their status was assimilated to that of conquered peoples who had fought to the last and ·had finally beeri compelled to surrender at discretion. They were in the lowest rank that could be found above slavery.
P. 189. See inscriptions in columbar£a for examples: C. I. L. vi. 3906-8397· 3 Dig. XXIII. E. 8; ii. If,§ 2; Just. Inst. I. x. Io. • G. i. 19. I Macrob. Satunt. 2. SOCIAI" STATUS OF FREEDMEN INTERMARRIAGE BETWEEN CLASSES the family was ingenuous or libertine. ' Much easier was legal recognition when there was only one authority, and when the privileges of patron and father were vested in the same person, as was the case when a slave after being freed redeemed his wife and children from servitude.
75 ff. ' Gaius, iii. 74-6. NI 75 selves. And this was almost impossible; for if the impe~al authorities knew a slave's record-and it seems they ·did, if they knew when to put him in the deditician cate~ry it is very likely his later masters ~ere als~ a~are of tt. 'anumit~e~ escaped into one or oilier of tlte higher categones. Justlman found tlte class a mere legal expression. ' · . U. g higher ~ank. ' st~tu~. Accordingly tltey went by the name of Latznz Iunzam. This class was composed of slaves who were.