Roman Law: Mechanisms of Development

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Walter de Gruyter, 1978 - Roman law - 606 pages
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Contents

The Study of Roman Law
3
The Source Materials of Roman Law
28
Rules of Ulpian
48
B Literary Texts
83
Research in Roman Law
90
Indexes and Concordances
100
Comparison and Stratification of Texts
106
B Pomponius De origine iuris
117
The Late Classical Jurists
351
Jurists Law
366
E Juristic Writing
383
Legal Systems
392
The Praetor and the Edict
402
The Edict and the ius honorarium
410
The Historical Development and the Compilation
427
E The album
433

BOOK II
131
B The Law of the Twelve Tables
142
The Pontiffs and the Divulgence of the Law
158
Roman Magistracy
171
Legis Actiones
188
B Legis actiones Generally
213
BOOK III
219
Form of the Statute
243
B Legislation and Custom
253
The Jurists and Jurists Law
269
B The History of Juristic Science
283
The Individual Jurists
308
The Senate and Senatus Consulta
442
Senatus consulta as Source of Law
456
The Emperor and Constitutiones
463
B Constitutiones
480
Constitutiones as Sources of Law
506
Classical Law in Practice
525
B Roman Law and the Provinces
537
Theoretical Considerations in the Classical Law
548
B The Concept of Customary Law
560
Influence of Greek Thought upon the Roman Jurists
569
A Note of Explanation
585
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