Roby, Henry John. Roman Private Law in the Times of Cicero and of the Antonines. Cambridge: At the University Press, 1902. 2 Volumes. xxxii, 543; xiii, , 560 pp. Reprinted 2000 by The Lawbook Exchange, Ltd. ISBN-13: 9781584770749; ISBN-10: 1584770740. Hardcover. New. $95. * The private law of Rome is the authentic source of the substance of modern European law, and was at its highest development, at the end of the second century, before the advent of Constantinople, when Rome was still the capital of the world. Based on an examination of original sources, this scholarly treatise on Roman private law is divided into four Books: Book I: Citizenship and Status Generally, Book II: Family, Book III: Inheritance, Book IV: Property. Henry John Roby [1830-1915] was a classical lecturer at Cambridge University and professor of jurisprudence at University College, London. He was the author of the important Grammar of the Latin Language, from Plautus to Suetonius (1862) and An Introduction to the Study of Justinian's Digest (1884).
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