Code of Justinian

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Medieval copy of the Codex, late 12th century.

The Code of Justinian is part of the Corpus Juris Civilis, a collection of laws from the 6th cenrury. It was first issued by Justinian I, of Constantinople. The idea was to get a collection of all parts of Roman law that were still in use.