jus aedilium

jus ae·​di·​li·​um | \ -ēˈdilēəm\
variants: or jus aedilicium \ -​ˌēdəˈlis(h)ēəm \

Definition of jus aedilium

Roman law
: the law of the curule aediles set forth in their edicts usually relating to police and market regulations

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History and Etymology for jus aedilium

Latin, law of the aediles or law of an aedile

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