In roman military law c e brand describes this system of control since a characterization of such a system can be made most meaningful only against a background of roman constitutional government and in the light of ideologies current at the time brand follows his initial note on sources with a sketch of the contemporary roman scene. Roman law conclusions as the empire grew and the population became more diverse one of the greatest benefits of roman law was that the law and its protection from abuse for citizens was a binding force on communities and created an expectation that a citizens rights would be upheld and a system was in place for wrong doings to be addressed. Rome was the law giver for much of the modern world she was also the greatest military power of antiquity operating her military organization with remarkable efficiency and effectiveness throughout most of the then known world. The gravity of the crime of desertion in roman law the army was the foundation of the roman republic and later the empires strength and dominion over the existing world surrounded by enemies the existence of rome itself depended on its army. The military of ancient rome easy to define the size of the roman military with any tolerable accuracy by 440 ce an imperial law frankly states that the roman state has insufficient tax revenue to fund an army of a size required by the demands placed upon it
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