See Corpus Juris Civilis.
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Pandects — • Name of part of Justinian s legal compilation Catholic Encyclopedia. Kevin Knight. 2006. Pandects Pandects † … Catholic encyclopedia
Pandects — (Lat. pandectae , adapted from Gr. pandektes , all containing) is a name given to a compendium or digest of Roman law compiled by order of the emperor Justinian I in the 6th century (A.D. 530 533).The pandects were one part of the Corpus Juris… … Wikipedia
Pandects — ▪ Roman law digest Greek“All Encompassing”Latin Pandectae, also called Digest collection of passages from the writings of Roman jurists, arranged in 50 books and subdivided into titles according to the subject matter. In AD 530 the… … Universalium
Pandects — The Digests or Pandects, a compilation of the Roman law under Justinian, which was published in the year 533 A. D. See Florentine Pandects … Ballentine's law dictionary
PANDECTS — the digest of civil law executed at the instance of the Emperor Justinian between the years 530 and 533 … The Nuttall Encyclopaedia
Pandects — See Digest … Historical dictionary of Byzantium
Pandects — n. collection of civil or Roman law which were collected for the emperor Justinian in the 16th century … English contemporary dictionary
pandects — n. treatise that covers the whole of any science; a country s complete code of the laws, country s system of law; legal code … English contemporary dictionary
pandects — n.pl. pl. complete summary of ancient Roman legal decisions. ♦ pandect, n. sing. legal code; any summary of or treatise on whole of subject … Dictionary of difficult words
pandects — /paendekts/ A compilation of Roman law, consisting of selected passages from the writings of the most authoritative of the older jurists, methodically arranged, prepared by Tribonian with the assistance of sixteen associates, under a commission… … Black's law dictionary