Judging by the Book: Christian Codices and Late Antique Legal Culture


(1) Development of late Roman law in practice; and



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(1) Development of late Roman law in practice; and

(2) Analysis of behavior in court rooms of Late Empire, including dispute resolution

(3) Transformations in religious practice, theology and philosophy, including rise

of Christian Church and evolution of different ways to express “religiosity” in Late Antiquity

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Additional research looks forward to later medieval developments in Canon and

Ecclesiastical Law and varied medieval inheritance of Roman legal systems and concepts

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OVERVIEW Essay centers principally on the following parts:

(1) Emperor Justinian and the New Christian Book; and




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