Saint Gall, Stiftsbibliothek 673, p. 119b
q.1 dictum post c.2:
Si autem ludo vel virium exercitatone <vel venatione> iaculum mittens aliquem occidat, quia hoc ab eo debet esse <penitus> alienum, homicidii reus habetur (If moreover in play or in exercising with men he throws a spear and kills someone, since he (a cleric) should never take part in these activities, he shall be held guilty of murder). <Gratian I and II>
Council of Clermont 1130, c.9 Council of Reims 1131 c.12
Ulpianus 18 ad ed.
� Again, where a slave is killed by parties who are practicing with javelins for amusement, the Lex Aquilia is applicable; but where others are practicing with javelins, and a slave crosses the place the Lex Aquilia will not apply, because he should not have rashly crossed the field where this practice was going on; but still, if anyone intentionally casts a javelin at him, he will be liable under the Lex Aquilia.
|� Sed si per lusum iaculantibus servus fuerit occisus, Aquiliae locus est: sed si cum alii in campo iacularentur, servus per eum locum transierit, Aquilia cessat, quia non debuit per campum iaculatorium iter intempestive facere. qui tamen data opera in eum iaculatus est, utique Aquilia tenebitur:|