ABSTRACT. The material gathered in this study provides a rich and diverse context for understanding the indebtedness of the common law to the Roman law, the historical and continuing contribution of Roman law, the Roman contribution to the common law, and the relationship between the Roman and the canon law. The paper generates insights about law as an object of knowledge, Roman legal reasoning as a complex logic operating within specifically definable formal systems, the richness and complexity of the Roman heritage, and the uses of Roman law in the modern world. pp. 361–366


Keywords: medieval Roman law, legal environment, jurisprudence 

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