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to the homepage of this collection of information concerning
Roman Law. These pages are still experimental to a high degree, I hope
them to be of some use anyway. Parts of the digest are already
available together with the corresponding parts of Accursius' glossa. I added some
biographical information pertaining to Roman and medieval lawyers.
The objectives for undergoing the amount of work required to create
a hypertext representation of even these small parts of the Corpus
Iuris Iustiniani and the corresponding medieval comments were two:
The traditions of Roman Law and of the ius commune of the middle ages
willl play a significant role in the creation of the private law for
the European community. It is therefore necessary that the texts
representing this tradition be easily available everywhere.
The structure of the Copus Iuris and the glossa resembles very much
that of modern hypertextual documents. Single words in the texts of
Justinian create links to the medieval comments which in turn contain
large numbers of references to other parts of the Corpus Iuris. To
demonstrate this affinity between hypertext and medieval jurisprudence
is the second goal of making these texts available through the
Your help is needed !
To make this collection useful it is necessary to cover all of the
Corpus Iuris or at least some important parts of it. This can only be
achieved with your help. If you have access to the text of the Corpus
Iuris and the glossa Accursii, type in one lex and the glossae
referring to the same. Read this page on how to
collaborate or send me a
mail . In
case you notice any errors in the texts already available, equally either
read this page or send
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