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  • 527 CE - 565 CE
  • 529 CE
    The first part of Justinian's Code, the Codex Justinianus, is released and immediately adopted across the Byzantine Empire.
  • Dec 533 CE
    The Digestum and Institutiones parts of Justinian's Code are released which supersedes all previous laws across the Byzantine Empire.
  • Dec 534 CE
    Justinian's Code, which is the basis of law across the Byzantine Empire, is amended and updated.

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527 CE - 565 CE: Reign of Byzantine Emperor Justinian I.
 
 
529 CE: The first part of Justinian's Code, the Codex Justinianus, is released and immediately adopted across the Byzantine Empire.
 
 
533 CE: The Digestum and Institutiones parts of Justinian's Code are released which supersedes all previous laws across the Byzantine Empire.
 
 
534 CE: Justinian's Code, which is the basis of law across the Byzantine Empire, is amended and updated.
 
 
 
 
 
520 CE 530 CE 540 CE 550 CE 560 CE

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