An Introduction to the Study of Justinian's Digest: Containing an Account of Its Composition and of the Jurists Used Or Referred to Therein

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University Press, 1886 - Corpus juris civilis - 279 pages

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Page ccxxxv - A monk of the abbey of Qemblours, who was in high repute at the end of the eleventh, and beginning of the twelfth century.
Page cxxix - ... bear the ills they have, than fly to others that they know not of.
Page clxii - Sticho quem promiserat, posse emendare eam moram postea offerendo: esse enim hanc quaestionem de bono et aequo: in quo genere plerumque sub auctoritate iuris scientiae perniciose, inquit, erratur.
Page lxv - Adoptio autem duobus modis fit, aut populi auctoritate, aut imperio magistratus, veluti praetoris. (99) Populi auctoritate adoptamus eos qui sui iuris sunt; quae species adoptionis dicitur adrogatio, quia et is qui adoptat rogatur, id est interrogatur, an velit eum quem adoptaturus sit iustum sibi filium esse; et is qui adoptatur rogatur, an id fieri patiatur; et populus rogatur, an id fieri iubeat.
Page lxvi - Adquiritur autem nobis non solum per nosmet ipsos, sed etiam per eos quos in potestate manu mancipioue...
Page lxvi - Igitur quod liberi nostri quos in potestate habemus, item quod servi nostn mancipio accipiunt, vel ex traditione nanciscuntur, sive quid stipulentur, vel ex aliqualibet causa adquirunt, id nobis adquiritur : ipse enim qui in potestate nostra est nihil suum habere potest...
Page lxxxiv - Ubi autem diversae sententiae proferuntur, potior numerus vincat auctorum, vel si numenis aequalis sit, ejus partis praecedat auctoritas in qua excellentis ingenii vir Papinianus emineat, qui ut singulos vincit, ita cedit duobus. Notas etiam Paulli atque Ulpiani in Papiniani corpus factas (sicut dudum statutum est) praecipimus infirmari'.
Page xxi - Such restless application prolonged his time for the acquisition of knowledge* and the despatch of business : and he might seriously deserve the reproach of confounding, by minute and preposterous diligence, the general order of his administration. The emperor professed himself a musician and architect, a poet and philosopher, a lawyer and theologian ; and if he failed in the enterprise of reconciling the Christian sects, the review of the Roman jurisprudence is a noble monument of his spirit and...
Page clxv - Siaipeaiv quod duobus generibus edicendum putavi. Quorum unum est provinciale in quo est de rationibus civitatum, de aere alieno, de usura, de syngraphis, in eodem omnia de publicanis...
Page lxxiv - Titio, sed soli socio quemadmodum fieret si duobus coniunctim et alter! separatim esset relictus. Sed qui diuersam sententiam probant, quid dicerent? utrum extraneo soli an etiam socio adcrescere? et qui Iulianum consuluit, ita consuluit an ad utrum pertineat, quasi possit et ipsi socio adcrescere. Atquin quod quis amittit secundum Pomponi sententiam ipsi non accedit.

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