A manual of Roman law, the Ecloga / published by the emperors Leo III and Constante V of Isauria at Constantinople A.D. 726, rendered into English by Edwin Hanson Freshfield, M.A.

; Freshfield, Edwin Hanson
Cambridge [Cambridgeshire] : University Press, 1926.

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Standard Title Laws, etc.
Other Authors Freshfield, Edwin Hanson.
Subjects Law, Byzantine.
Roman law.
Description xi, [2], 151 p. ; 22 cm.
Notes "It (the Ecloga) is moreover the first Christian law book, the first, as the emperor explains in his title and preamble, in which an attempt was professedly made to introduce into Roman law some of the principles of Christian equity."--Pref.
Translation based upon the manuscript in the Athens National library as published by A.G. Monferratus, Athens, 1889.
Includes index.
"Books consulted": p. [145]-147.
Contents Preface -- Introduction -- The Ecloga -- Appendix.
Geographic Area Europe
Mediterranean Sea
Middle East
Network Numbers (OCoLC)10488408
WorldCat Search OCLC WorldCat


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