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THE LAND-BILL OF TIBERIUS GRACCHUS Early in his tribunate Tiberius
proposed a lex agraria to make land available for distribution in allotments.
Everyone holding more ager publicus than the legal limit of 500 iugera (c. 300
acres) must ...
250 iugera for each son, up to a maximum of 1000 iugera) which should become
the possessor's in perpetuity and should not be subject to rent (vectigal);
probably no further compensation was offered. The fertile ager Campanus was
In 119 a second land bill ended the further distribution of public land, by
abolishing the commission,5 granted perpetual tenancy to all occupiers of public
land (i.e. those holding up to the maximum of 500 iugera) and re-imposed rent on
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