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In: Iconoclasm and Iconoclash
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The article explores the origin of C. 3,43,1, which is a Latin epitome (Alearum lusus) of an originally Greek constitution of Justinian’s. The main issues discussed are when this constitution was translated, epitomized and by whom and when it was inserted in book III of the Codex. This is done by investigating the traces of the approximate times when the influence of the constitution in legal doctrine is apparent, both in civil and canon law. Furthermore, some com­mentaries on the Decretum Gratiani appear to reveal further information on the origin of the Latin text. The article aims at contributing to a better understanding of the genesis of the text of the Codex Justinianus as we know it in the early modern editions and Krüger’s 1877 edition.


In: Tijdschrift voor Rechtsgeschiedenis / Revue d'histoire du droit / The Legal History Review
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This contribution discusses the recently published book Die libri disputationum des Claudius Tryphoninus, Eine spätklassische Juristenschrift of Kathrin Fildhaut and more specifically the question, dealt with in the book, whether the fragments of Tryphoninus' Libri disputationum, as preserved in the Digest, have been elaborated in post-classical times or by the compilers. Special attention is paid to the interpretation of Tryph. D. 23,2,67,3.

In: Tijdschrift voor Rechtsgeschiedenis / Revue d'histoire du droit / The Legal History Review