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, most comprehensive code of Roman law and the basic document of all modern civil law. Compiled by order of Byzantine Emperor Justinian I, the first three parts appeared between 529 and 535 and were the work of a commission of 17 jurists presided over by the
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In some prefatory remarks to the Pandectae locorum communium (1572), for example, he had enquired, 'what can poets, what can historians, what can rhetoricians, and orators [.
Segar's sense of the magnitude of the Roman triumph as a subject of study could well derive from Book i of the first volume of Modius's Pandectae triumphales, 'De Triumphis veterum', which occupies sixty-one folio pages, with a list of almost 300 triumphs (vol.
In that year Conrad Gesner published the second volume of his enormous Bibliotheca Universalis, entitled Pandectae.
Es el autor de un famoso comentario a las pandectas, esto es, a los codigos de Justiniano, que tiene la particularidad de haberlas expuesto en un 'nuevo orden': Pandectae Justinianeae in novum ordinem digestae (1748).