allegatio


allegatio

allēgātio (adlēgātio), ōnis, f. (allegare), I) die Absendung einer Person (als Unterhändler u. dgl.) an jmd., cum sibi omnes ad istum allegationes difficiles viderent, Cic. II. Verr. 1, 136. – u. im Wortspiel: quibus allegationibus illam sibi legationem expugnavit, Cic. II. Verr. 1, 44. – II) übtr.: 1) die Geltendmachung einer Ursache zur Entschuldigung od. zum Beweise, conventionis, Hermog. dig. 4, 4, 17: lenocinii, Ulp. dig. 48, 5, 2. § 5: Plur., all. falsae, Paul. dig. 23, 2, 60 pr.: illae allegationes iuris, Mar. Victorin, art. rhet. 14: allegationes examinare, Apul. met. 10, 6. – 2) meton., die Zufertigung = ein kaiserliches Reskript, Cod. Theod. 16, 5, 7.


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