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... in France, Italy, &c. they possess a dire&t or indirect influence; and they were
respected in England, from Stephen to Edward I. our national Justinian (Duck. de
Usú et Auðtoritate Juris Civilis, l. ii. c. 1. 8-15. Heineccius, Hist. Juris Germanici, c.
... Digest was styled jus Papirianum, from the first compiler, Papirius, who
flourished somewhat before or after the Regisugium (Pande&t. 1 i. tit. ii.). The
best judicial critics, even Bynkershoek (tom. i. p. 284, 285.) and Heineccius (Hist.
J. C. R. 1.
From the historians, Heineccius (Hist. J. R. l. i. No 26.) maintains that the twelve
tables were of brass—areas : in the text of Pomponius we read eboreas; for
which Scaliger has substituted roborecs (Bynkershoek, p. 286). Wood, brass, and
and Terafson (Hist. de la Jurisprudence Romaine, p. 94-205.). * Finis aequi juris (
Tacit. Annal. iii. 27.). Fons omnis publici et privati juris (T. Liv. iii. 34.). 24 De
principiis juris, et quibus modis ad hanc multitudinem infinitamac varietatem
Hist. Natur. xviii. 4.); nor do I see any reason to reject these consequences, which
moderate ourideas ofthe poverty of the first Romans. sembly, C H A P. XLIV. -v-o
Laws of the people. * Consult the common writers on the Roman Comitia, ...
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The History of the Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire, Volum 7
Uten tilgangsbegrensning - 1914