|Author:||Justinian,Paul Krueger,Theodor Mommsen,Rudolf Schoell,Wilhelm Kroll|
|Title:||Corpus Iuris Civilis (Latin Edition)|
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|Publisher:||The Lawbook Exchange, Ltd.; Reprint edition (November 1, 2010)|
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2 The title Corpus Iuris Civilis was first applied to a printed collection of the Justinian texts by Dionysius Gothofredus in 1583. See A. ARTHUR SCHILLER, ROMAN LAW: MECHANISMS OF DEVELOPMENT §12 at 29-30 (1978). 3 Vol. 1, Institutes and Digest (1911); vol. 2, Code (1915); vol. 3, Novels (1912). 5 THE DIGEST OF JUSTINIAN (Theodor Mommsen, Paul Krüger & Alan Watson ed. 1985). com, we have included only limited explanations of the abbreviations Kroll uses in his narrative.
See Guilelmus Kroll, Praefatio to 3 Rudolf Schoell & Wilhelm Kroll, Corpus Iuris Civilis: Novellae, at iii (1912). The names of persons in this article will be standardized in their most commonly used forms. For instance, many writers on Roman law used Latinized versions of their names in their scholarly work, . Guilelmus Kroll and Rudolfus Schoell, but they are usually referred to by their given names for bibliographic purposes. Kroll places it in Justinian’s reign, and Noailles advances a date of 556, even though Mommsen thought it must have been created in the eleventh century, due to its barbaric Latin translations. 74 Its place of origin also is in dispute: some argue it was created in Italy by someone with a poor grasp of both Greek and the law, while others.
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Corpus iuris civilis. Author: Kroll, Wilhelm, 1869-1939. Author: Schöll, Rudolf, 1844-1893. Author: Mommsen, Theodor, 1817-1903. Author: Krueger, Paul, 1840-1926. Note: Berolini : Apud Weidmannos, 1893-1895.
Theodorus Mommsen, Rudolf Schoell, Wilhelm Kroll, & Paulus Krueger (ed. Institutiones; Digesta (1889). Codex Justinianus (1892). Corpus Iuris Civilis (1877-1895). This is the version that Supreme Court Justice Fred H. Blume (+1971) employed in creating his translations of the Code and Novels .