Ulpian in Pandect l. i. tit.
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We nowhere find that the jurists of the Pandects disputed concerning the words, or the drawing up of the edict.
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PANDECTS, a digest of Roman law.
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It was intended merely as an introduction to the Pandects and the Code, and was entitled the Institutes.
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CIVIL LAW, a system of laws for the regulation of civilised communities formed on Roman laws, digested in the pandects of Justinian.
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Pandect, Florentine edition of 421.
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While the empire was possessed by the princes of the house of Saxony, a copy of the Pandects of Justinian was discovered at Amalfi.
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Woe to the audacious jurist who made the Pandects serve for disquisitions on the rights of men and nations!
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On the left, Justinian delivers the Pandects to Tribonian.
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Pandecte, its early use, 557.
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