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A GENERAL OUTLOOK ON THE ISSUE OF TRADE RESTRICTIONS IN ROMAN LAW
The legal sources of Roman law, mainly face trade restrictions in thecontext of the relationship between patron and freedman (libertus). It is nocoincidence that, the issue arose in that particular context. Before slaves wereset free, they would often acquire special knowledge and skills from working inthe masters’ businesses. If a slave was set free to administer, the estate of hisformer master as procurator (a representative in terms of a general power ofattorney), his livelihood was secured. In other cases, he had to establish his ownoccupation to survive after his manumission. His obvious choice would havebeen the occupation he had learned under his former master and present patron.For example, the freedman of a medical doctor could become a doctor himselfand the freedman of a slave-dealer did not begin agitate for the abolition ofslavery, but became a slave-dealer himself.
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