Talk:Capite censi

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Verifiable source[edit]

Is this an English term if so pease add a source to a verifiable source if it is not an English term then it should be made clear in the article, see List of legal Latin terms for examples --Philip Baird Shearer 10:57, 10 February 2007 (UTC)

It's not a legal term as such, in the same way "welfare recipients" is not a legal term in English. Obtaining a verifiable source should not be too difficult. The term is recorded in various older encyclopaedias for instance. I'll add an example citation to article. Donama (talk) 22:38, 11 January 2011 (UTC)

verification for citation needed[edit]

The lack of a permanent demobilization process run by the government in Marius' military reform would help facilitate the demise of the Roman Republic.[citation needed]

Plutarch. "Fall of the Roman Republic." Translated with Introduction and Notes by Rex Warner, Revised with translations of Comparisons and a Preface by Robin Seager, with Series Preface by Christopher Pelling. Penguin Classics, 2005. page 4. ISBN 0-140-44934-5 Tnlaw415 (talk) 03:02, 25 June 2011 (UTC) Logan Williams, June 24th, 2011