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Rigour of the Christian Emperors - - IoI Judgments of the People - - IoA: Select
Judges - - - 1oš Assessors - - - 107 Voluntary Exile and Death - - ib. Abuses of
Civil Jurisprudence - - Icy C H. A. P. XLV. Reign of the younger justin.—Embassy
343 883 The Christians of St. Thomas in India - 346 II. The JAco Rites - - - 35o III.
THE MARoNITES - - 354. IV. THE ARMEN IAN's * - 357 V. THE Copts or
EGYPTIAN's e 360 537–568. The Patriarch Theodosius - 361 538 Paul - - - ib.
The third, which is still extant, was digested in sixteenbooks by the order of the
younger Theddosius, to consecrate the laws of the Christian princes from
Constantine to his own reign. But the three codes obtained an equal authority in
In a bigotted and persecuting court, the principal minister was accused of a secret
aversion to the Christian faith, and was supposed to entertain the sentiments of
an Atheist and a Pagan, which have been imputed, inconsistently enough, to the
97 Laëtantius, in his Institutes of Christianity, an elegant and specious work,
proposes to imitate the title and method of the civilians. Quidam prudentes et
arbitri a quitatis Institutiones Civilis Juris compositas ediderunt (Institut. Divin. 1.
i. c. 1.).
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The History of the Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire, Volum 6
Uten tilgangsbegrensning - 1914