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23. By the A.D. 200s, the jus gentium became unnecessary because
a. most free males ion the provinces had been made citizens of Rome.
b. Marcus Aurelius had rescinded the jus civile.
c. Hadrian had strengthened Rome's fortifications.
d. provincial residents demanded their own sets of laws.

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    http://civilliberty.about.com/od/europe/g/Jus-Gentium-Definition.htm

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    yes i looked there already before i posted it on here and did not find the answer .

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    "The term jus gentium (literally: "laws of the nations") was used in ancient Roman law to describe laws governing the interactions between Romans and non-Romans, based on principles of natural justice that did not depend on both parties' status being that of a Roman citizen. "

    Which of your answers mention Roman citizenship?

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