Gnaeus Flavius (Flavius, Gneius)( One of the first reformers of the Roman law)
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Biography Gnaeus Flavius (Flavius, Gneius)
Flavius, Gnaeus; Flavius, Gneius, the end of IV. BC. e., one of the first reformers of the Roman law, aedile in 304. son freedman and secretary censor Appiah Claudia Blind. In accordance with the plan Appiah, F. read out in 304 g. Forum calendar for the whole year: the so-called deis fasti, that is, days that were allowed to conduct trials and to gather crowds and dies nefasti - nor, in that these actions are prohibited. No less important reformist action of F. was the announcement of the meeting proceedings formulas, so-called legis actiones, known later under the name of the Civil Rights Flavia. Knowledge of these formulas until the time was the prerogative of the priests.