Celsus Publius YUVENTA (Celsus, Publius Iuventius)( Roman legal figure)
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Celsus, Publius YUVENTA Titus Aufidy Goeny Severian, or YUVENTA Publius Celsus son, as well as Celsus son, young Celsus, Celsus Junior; Celsus, Publius Iuventius Aufidius Hoenius Severianus, I / II cc. n. e., the Roman legal figure. His father, a lawyer with the same name (Publius Celsus YUVENTA father) belonged to the senators or equity, the son was connected (possibly through adoption) with the famous surname Goeniev Severs. C. The youngest was praetor in 106 or 107 g., governor of Thrace to 114 g., twice consul, and proconsul of Asia province. Your Personal Board of Emperor Hadrian. Earlier, after his father, the head of law school prokulanov (cm. Labeo). C. was one of the most prominent representatives of the Roman law, a warehouse of his mind was original, creative and independent. Style C. succinct, it does not belong to a complete and concise language, for example, the well-known definition of the right: "Ius est ars boni et aequi" (right - the art of good and fair actions). C. found pleasure in solving legal problems and left behind a collection of their decisions (Digestorum libri XXXIX). It consists of already published previously expected smaller collections (Commentarii, Epistolae, Quaestiones). As consul Y. was the initiator of resolutions of the Senate on matters of inheritance, which received its name (Senatus Consultum Iuventianum, with 129 g.). From the works of C. preserved 142 fragment included in the digestion of Justinian (cm. Corpus iuris civilis), and various sayings quoted by later authors.