Located at Fordham University Center for Medieval Studies. Roman law sources, including some translations, are located on the medieval legal history pages. (Scroll down to see the source of the translations).
Includes translations of: Acilian Law on the Right to Recovery of Property Officially Extorted, BC122; Agrarian Law, BC111; Charter of Urso, BC44; Edicts of Augustus and Decree of the Senate on the Judicial Process in Cyrene, BC64; Julian Law on Agrarian Matters, BC58(?); Law of Caesar on Municipalities, BC44; The Twelve Tables, BC450
Scott’s translation online. n.b. although this is based on the single most comprehensive printed translation of Roman law sources it must be used cautiously because it does not always rely on the best original texts
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