SOLD ITEM 7078 - Corpus Iuris Civilis the body of civil law c1647

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Corpus Iuris Civilis the body of civil law c1647. The system of Roman juris purdence compiled and codified under the direction of the emperor Justiuian in A. D. 528-534. The collection comprises the Institutes, Digest or Pandects, Code and Novels. The name is said to have been first applied to this collection early in the seventeenth century. This leather bound book measures 9 and one half inches high by 7 and one half inches wide and 3 and three quarter inches thick.
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