These parts of the Breviarium consisted of leges, that is, of constitutions of the emperors.
The leges and Menexenus stand apart from the Cycle, as compositions on special occasion.
leges close, without describing the education proper for the Nocturnal Counsellors.
These pure notions are the laws of the operation of the intellect; they are leges intellectus.
This was the first of the leges Frumentariæ, which were attended with the most injurious effects.
To this latter category belong the Apologia, Kriton, and leges.
In the Parmenidês, Timæus, and the leges, such elements will be looked for in vain.
leges bon malis ex moribus procreantur—Good laws are begotten of bad morals.
Large proportion of preliminary discussions and didactic exhortation in the leges.
leges posteriores priores contrarias abrogant—Later statutes repeal prior contrary ones.