... JUSTINIAN : I. RIGHTS OF PERSONS.—II. RIGHTS OF THINGS. —III.
PRIVATE INJURIES AND ACTIONS.-IV. CRIMES AND PUNISHMENTS. A. D.
PAGE. The Civil or Roman Law................. .............................. 645 Laws of the Kings
This popular estimation allows some latitude ; but it is difficult to explain a law in
the Theodosian Code (l. vi. leg. ... existed some third and middle value, which is
here understood; but ambiguity is an excusable fault in the language of laws.
The brave Gennerid,” a soldier of Barbarian origin, who still adhered to the
worship of his ancestors, had been obliged to lay aside the military belt: and
though he was repeatedly assured by the emperor himself, that laws were not
made for ...
... the brother-in-law of the deceased monarch, was unanimously elected to
succeed to his throne: The character and ... was gradually convinced, that laws
are essentially necessary to maintain and regulate a well-constituted state; and
that the ...
For their mutual defence, he contrived the safeguard of a law, which violated
every principle of humanity and justice. ... perhaps the justifiable, resentment of
their fellowcitizens; and, by a strange perversion of the laws, the same degree of
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That was a beast of a book. I had always wanted to read this book and the other volumes because I think it is the type of book that educated people should read. I read it in chunks throughout the ... Les hele vurderingen
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Gibbon's third volume of The Decline and Fall seems to stray from the purpose stated in volume one. I think he just got carried away by the sweep of history. The melodious style and easy learning are still present but I was suffering from Gibbon fatigue by the third volume and we were off course. Les hele vurderingen
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