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In Ancient Rome territorial organization, a conventus iuridicus was the capital city of a subdivision of some provinces (Dalmatia, Hispania, Asia) with functions of seat of a district court of justice and maybe others.
- (Spanish) Dopico, María Dolores: "Los conventus iuridici. Origen, cronología y naturaleza histórica", Gerión, 4 (1986), pp. 265-283
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