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Roman Law in Context by David Johnston
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0521639611, Paperback)

This book explains the rules of Roman law in the light of the society and economy in which it operated. The main topics discussed are the family and inheritance, property and the use of land, commercial transactions and the management of businesses, litigation and how easily the Roman citizen could assert his or her legal rights in practice. The book involves a minimum of legal technicality and is intended to be accessible to students and teachers of Roman history.

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Explaining how Roman law worked for those who lived by it, this book discusses three main areas of Roman law and life: the family and inheritance; property and the use of land; commercial transactions and the management of businesses.

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