Latin Rights  

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Latin Rights (also latin citizenship, Latin: ius Latii or ius latinum) were a set of legal rights that were originally granted to the Latins (Latin: "Latini", the People of Latium, the land of the Latins) under Roman law. "Latinitas" was commonly used by Roman jurists to denote this status.

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