HISTORICAL TYPES OF LAW DISCUSSIONS - Roman Law ,in the world of jus ,fas and mores

  1. Kranos
    Middle Ages jurists had seen in The Roman Law , as it was known through The Corpus Juris Civilis ( Justinian) , a perfect build , impossible to overcome by the juridical human thinking and ,therefore , an eternal one. Is the roman law the basis of western legal culture and especially of the great Romano-germanic or continental european law system ? Did the roman law created the modern judicial alphabet? Does it illustrates the way in which the law , in general, emerges and evolves due to its long period of forming ?
  2. Armatus
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