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" In the space of ten centuries, the infinite variety of laws and legal opinions had filled many thousand volumes, which no fortune could purchase and no capacity could digest. Books could not easily be found; and the judges, poor in the midst of riches,... "
The History of the Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire - الصفحة 324
بواسطة Edward Gibbon - 1805
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The North American Review, المجلد 27

Jared Sparks, Edward Everett, James Russell Lowell, Henry Cabot Lodge - 1828
...centuries,' says Gibbon, ' the infinite variety of laws and legal opinions had filled many thousand volumes, which no fortune could purchase, and no capacity...reduced to the exercise of their illiterate discretion.' These are the evils which the statutory digests of Justinian were originally designed to remove. A...

The North American Review, المجلد 27

Jared Sparks, Edward Everett, James Russell Lowell, Henry Cabot Lodge - 1828
...centuries,' says Gibbon, ' the infinite variety of laws and legal opinions had filled many thousand volumes, which no fortune could purchase, and no capacity...reduced to the exercise of their illiterate discretion.' These are the evils which the statutory digests of Justinian were originally designed to remove. A...

On the State of Man Subsequent to the Promulgation of Christianity, الجزء 2

Caroline Frances Cornwallis - 1852
...the space of ten centuries the infinite variety of laws and legal opinions had filled many thousand volumes, which no fortune could purchase, and no capacity...the Greek provinces were ignorant of the language which disposed of their lives and properties,"* and Justinianus saw the necessity of putting the legal...

The Journal of Jurisprudence, المجلد 7

1863
...the space of ten centuries, the infinite variety of laws and legal opinions had filled many thousand volumes, which no fortune could purchase, and no capacity...reduced to the exercise of their illiterate discretion.' By this monarch was committed to Tribonian the task of digesting the civil jurisprudence, — a commission...

The Law Magazine and Law Review: Or, Quarterly Journal of ..., المجلدات 14-15

1863
...the space of ten centuries the infinite variety of laws and legal opinions had filled many thousand volumes, which no fortune could purchase, and no capacity...reduced to the exercise of their illiterate discretion." We in England are not in so bad a case as this, for, although by no figure of speech could the term...

Studies in Roman Law: With Comparative Views of the Laws of France, England ...

Lord Thomas Mackenzie Mackenzie - 1865 - عدد الصفحات: 403
...centuries," says Gibbon, " the infinite variety of laws and legal opinions had filled many thousand volumes, which no fortune could purchase and no capacity...reduced to the exercise of their illiterate discretion." * Justinian resolved to remedy this state of things, and he conceived the happy idea of recasting the...

THE ROMAN WORLD THE GRADEUR AND FAILURE OF ITS CIVILZATION

JOHN LORD - 1867
...centuries," says Gibbon, " the infin- labors' ite variety of laws and legal opinions had filled many thousand volumes, which no fortune could purchase, and no capacity...reduced to the exercise of their illiterate discretion." 2 Justinian determined to unite in one body all the rules of law, whatever may have been their origin,...

Outlines of Roman Law: Consisting Chiefly of An Analysis and Summary of the ...

Thomas Whitcombe Greene - 1872 - عدد الصفحات: 229
...the space of ten centuries the infinite variety of laws and legal opinions had filled many thousand volumes, which no -fortune could purchase and no capacity...that disposed of their lives and properties ; and the barbarows dialect of the Latins was imperfectly studied in the academies of Berytus aud Constantinople....

The History of the Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire, المجلد 4

Edward Gibbon - 1875
...the space of ten centuries, the infinite variety of laws and legal opinions had filled many thousand volumes, which no fortune could purchase and no capacity...easily be found ; and the judges, poor in the midst of richer, were reduced to the exercise of their illiterate discretion. The subjects of the Greek provinces...

Studies in Roman Law with Comparative Views of the Laws of France, England ...

Lord Thomas Mackenzie Mackenzie - 1876 - عدد الصفحات: 461
...centuries," says Gibbon, " the infinite variety of laws and legal opinions had filled many thousand volumes, which no fortune could purchase and no capacity...reduced to the exercise of their illiterate discretion." * Justinian resolved to remedy this state of things, and he conceived the happy idea of recasting the...




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