The private law of Rome is the foundation of modern European law. It was at its highest development at the end of the second century before the establishment of Constantinople, when Rome was still the capital of the world. Based on an examination of original sources, this treatise is divided into four Books: Citizenship and Status Generally, Family, Inheritance, Property.
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