The transformation of the roman citizenship at the end of the Empire.
Revista de estudios histórico-jurídicos[online]. 2017, n.39, pp.61-83
Andrades Rivas, Eduardo
This article deals with Roman citizenship in the late times of the lower Roman Empire. The effects after the Antonine Constitution and the ways in which the citizenship gradually became degraded until it was deprived of content, are analyzed. The occlusion of itself, by the conversion of the citizen into a real subject and the mutation of citizenship by virtue of which the citizen became a Catholic Christian. Finally, a brief mention of the subsistence of the term, during the baroque Germanic kingdoms after Rome, is done.