Freely's business, and he would be obliged to quit it without a peculium
so desirable towards defraying the expense of moving.
These include, among others, Howdoo, KinectHub, WPPEnergy, Fandom Sports, Patientory, Geoverse, Peculium
, Monetha, Verasity and PumaPay.
Titled "Mikne Avram Peculium
Abrae," the recovered volume is a grammar book published in both Hebrew and Latin in 1523.
They are considered not as the peculium
of this or that nation, but as the property of mankind at large, and as belonging to the common interests of the whole species.
In The Subjection of Women, for example, Mill observed that "the wife's position under the common law of England is worse than that of slaves in the laws of many countries: by Roman law, for example, a slave might have his peculium
," whereas in Victorian England, most women must suffer "the absorption of all rights, all property, as well as all freedom of action," upon marriage (pp.
Hillman, quien sostiene que "the peculium
proved an excellent limited liability vehicle for conducting business activities (10)".
Mahalia Way (2000, 204) explains this as a conflict between Lysidamus's legal ownership over his wife's peculium
and Cleostrata's de facto authority over it.
In addition, slaves were permitted to accumulate a peculium
, a fund that was technically the property of the master, but of which the slave could avail himself as if it were his, albeit according to the conditions stipulated by the master.
As the Romans at first used cattle for money, their word for cattle (pecus) has given rise to our pecuniary, and by a curious chain of circumstances also to peculiar, as the peculium
was the private pocket-money of an individual.
(216.) For a description of the antecedents of the modern joint-stock company in Roman law--the slave-based peculium
arrangement and the societas publicanorum, see Henry Hansmann, Reinier Kraakman & Richard Squire, Law and the Rise of the Firm, 119 HARV.