Ulpe Lucius Marcellus (Marcellus, Lucius Ulpius)( Roman jurist)
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Marcellus, Lucius Ulpe; Marcellus, Lucius Ulpius, II in., Roman jurist. Council met in private emperors Antoninus Pius and Marcus Aurelius. M. possessed a clear, independent, inquisitive and critical mind, that he proved by repeated controversy with the works of Julian. He wrote the work in the field of so-called "problem" of literature (Digestorium libri XXXI, . Responsorum liber singularis), . comment on the marriage code of the Emperor Augustus (Ad legem Iuliam et Papiam libri VI), . Consul's job description (De officio consulis) and criticism to the writings of Julian and Pomponius (Notae ad Iuliani Digesta, . Notae ad Pomponii Regularum librum singularem),
. From these additions to the digestion by restrictive enzymes Julian preserved fragments of 160, later jurists, too often referred to remarks M.