Justinians code : the corpus juris is the modern name for collection of fundamentals works in jurisprudence developed under the sponsorship of the byzantine emperor Justinian.

collection of Roman laws organized by the Byzantine emperor Justinian and later serving as a model for the Catholic Church and medieval monarchs

Corpus Juris Civilis – Wikipédia, a enciclopédia livre

Corpus Juris Civilis – Wikipédia, a enciclopédia livre

Justinian I - Wikipedia

History of legal translation

#Provenance help! Does anyone recognise these arms on a 16th c. binding on a 1576 Corpus Juris Civilis from Paris.

Bodleian Rare Books on

Does anyone recognise these arms on a c. binding on a 1576 Corpus Juris Civilis from Paris.

Corpus juris civilis (1612) in wooden boards, brown embossed calf leather, with  fragments of clasps and metal corner-pieces.

Corpus juris civilis in wooden boards, brown embossed calf leather, with fragments of clasps and metal corner-pieces.

MINIATURIST, Italian -  Justinian: Corpus Juris Civilis, 1200-50, Manuscript (Ms. CLXXIII), Biblioteca Capitolare, Verona

MINIATURIST, Italian - Justinian: Corpus Juris Civilis, 1200-50, Manuscript (Ms. CLXXIII), Biblioteca Capitolare, Verona

Volumen parvum (Corpus juris civilis) (1588) in embossed pigskin

Volumen parvum (Corpus juris civilis) in embossed pigskin

Le droit enseigné par l’image (1/2) : illustrer le “Corpus juris civilis”. Détail : Digeste, livre XV, titres 1 à 4

Le droit enseigné par l’image (1/2) : illustrer le “Corpus juris civilis”. Détail : Digeste, livre XV, titres 1 à 4

Pinterest
Search