jus vitae necisque

jus vitae necisque (j[schwa]s vI-tee ni-sis-kwee). [Latin “right of life and death”] Roman law. The power held by the head of the household over persons under his paternal power and over his slaves. • This right was greatly diminished under later Roman law. See patria potestas under POTESTAS.
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