Law in the Crisis of Empire, 379-455 AD: The Theodosian Dynasty and Its Quaestors with a Palingenesia of Laws of the Dynasty
This is a study of the laws of the late Roman Empire (379-455 AD). The book attempts to compile a list assigning each law to the likely quaestor who drafted it and explores why the eastern Theodosian Code came too late to save the West.
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