What is FERLa?

In Roman law. Holidays; generally speaking, days or seasons during whichfree-born Romans suspended their political transactions and their lawsuits, and duringwhich slaves enjoyed a cessation from labor, all ferice were thus dies ncfasti. All fcricewere divided into two classes,

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