Tijdschrift voor Rechtsgeschiedenis 78 (2010) 351-380 Revue d'Histoire du Droit 78 (2010) 351-380 The Legal History Review 78 (2010) 351-380 Th.E. van Bochove* Summary The present article focuses on the location of title 13 of the first book of the Justinian Code in the text of the Basilica. This location is not undisputed as Basilica title rubrics and textual testimonies such as the Basilica manuscripts do not concur, or even seem to contradict each other flatly. However, two indices titulorum of the Basilica one of which saw its edition princeps only very recently provide strong evidence that the compilers of the text of the Basilica adopted the Greek version of C. 1,13 into the text of B. 48,14. Keywords Index titulorum, title rubrics, testimonies, Basilica, Justinian Code 1. Reading the critical apparatus pertaining to B. 48,14, in combination with the rubrics of B. 48,14 and B. 48,12 resp., prompts a number of questions regarding C. 1,13. Does this title from the Justinian Code actually belong to the text of the Basilica (= BT)? And if so, was it part of BT right from the beginning or was it perhaps added later on? And further, of
The Legal History Review / Tijdschrift voor Rechtsgeschiedenis / Revue d'Histoire du Droit – Brill
Published: Jan 1, 2010
Keywords: Index titulorum; title rubrics; testimonies; Basilica; Justinian Code
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