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Leges (plural of Latin lex: law) may refer to:

Ancient Roman law
  • Leges regiae, early Roman laws introduced by the Kings of Rome
  • Lex Julia (Leges Juliae), ancient Roman laws, introduced by any member of the Julian family
  • Leges Clodiae, series of laws passed by the Plebeian Council of the Roman Republic
  • Leges provinciae, 146 BC laws concerning the regulation and administration of Roman provinces
  • Lex Antonia (Leges Antoniae), law established in ancient Rome in 44 BC
  • Lex Licinia Sextia (Leges Liciniae Sextiae), Roman law which restored the consulship in 367 BCE
Laws in other governments

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