By George Mousourakis
This publication equips either legal professional and historian with an entire heritage of Roman legislation, from its beginnings c.1000 BC via to its re-discovery in Europe the place it used to be broadly utilized until eventually the eighteenth century.
Combining a legislations specialist’s knowledgeable viewpoint of criminal historical past with a socio-political and cultural concentration, it examines the assets of legislation, the ways that those legislation have been utilized and enforced, and the methods the legislations was once inspired and improved, with an exploration of civil and felony systems and particular realization paid to criminal technological know-how. the ultimate bankruptcy covers the historical past of Roman legislations in past due antiquity and appraises the stream in the direction of the codification of legislations that culminated within the ultimate assertion of Roman legislations: the Corpus Iuris Civilis of Emperor Justinian. through the publication, George Mousourakis highlights the connection among Roman legislations and Roman lifestyles through following the traces of the most important historic developments.
Including bibliographic references and arranged accessibly via old period, this ebook is a superb creation to the historical past of Roman legislation for college kids of either legislation and old history.
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A Legal History of Rome by George Mousourakis