(98) This is the natural law of which the Roman jurist Paulus says in the Digest is always aequum
ac bonum (just and good).
(44) Although anatomy is underplayed in Ovid's telling of the myth, the problem of two vaginas (and no penis) is likely hinted at when Ovid says that Iphis and Ianthe had an aequum
/ vulnus (720-1)--a phrase primarily referring to their equal wounds of love, but also to their matching genitalia.
Introduziu-se assim um corpo de jus aequum
, que pouco tem a ver com a docura ou a mitigacao dos rigores da lei--conforme uma definicao bastante corrente, no Brasil, de equidade.
(47.) En erecto, ULPIANO, Digesto 1.4.2, habia dicho: <<In rebus novis constituendis eviden sesse utilitas debet, ut recedatur ab eo Jure, quod diu aequum
Hrotsvit, however, once again elides the focus on Mary, substituting instead Effrem's and Abraham's discussion of the details of Mary's penance, specifically Effrem's affirmation and praise of the justice achieved through the penance Abraham imposes on Mary: "Aequum
est ut inique sordes delectationis eliminentur acerbitate cstigationis" (It is only right / that the filth of her sinful delight / be purged by the bitter severity of her plight).