ECCLESIASTICAL EDICTS OF TE THEODOSIAN CODE
Item #: 1000319
Published: Irvington; Columbia University Press; 1905. Reprinted in 2005.
Boyd discusses the influence of the Code's ecclesiasticaledicts on early medieval jurisprudence and the Episcopalcourts during the fourth and fifth centuries C.E. He alsoexamines how the Code engaged the legal conflict betweenChristianity and paganism. Published in 438 C.E., theTheodosian Code was the official compilation of laws enactedsince Constantine. It was supersededed in 528 C.E. by theCode of Justinian. Reprinted from the series Studies inHistory, Economics and Public Law edited by the PoliticalScience Faculty of Columbia University.
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