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The ninth-century Vasilican ghost of a sixth-century Corpus lustinianeum resembles its original in presenting an imposing first appearance which it is incapable of sustaining under closer examination. The only touch of originality in the codificatory work of the Emperor Leo VI is his substitution, in the VasiKkd, of a single unitary system of classification for Justinian's dispersion among four works (Code, Digest, Insti2 tutes, and Novels) of materials concerning the same subjects. But 'within the titles, the laws (or chapters) are not the personal work of Leo; their text was in no way revised by the commissioners for the Basilics.

By the Emperors of the Syrian Dynasty. s For the 6 Constantine Sec IX. viii. 103. 2. T. date, see Collinet, op. , p. 713. D. ' The ninth-century Vasilican ghost of a sixth-century Corpus lustinianeum resembles its original in presenting an imposing first appearance which it is incapable of sustaining under closer examination. The only touch of originality in the codificatory work of the Emperor Leo VI is his substitution, in the VasiKkd, of a single unitary system of classification for Justinian's dispersion among four works (Code, Digest, Insti2 tutes, and Novels) of materials concerning the same subjects.

Iv. 577-8. D. D. D. D. D. D. D. 1265-8) were also likewise canonists. D. 1159-1268 had arrived at the apex of the Western ecclesiastical hierarchy by climb3 ing a recently erected juristic ladder. In the now decisively concluded between the and the struggle Holy Roman Empire the canonists Papacy had been both the principal agents of the Church's victory and the principal beneficiaries from the spoils; and in the third quarter of the thirteenth century it looked as if the civil lawyers whose loss gave the measure of the canonists' gain had obtained the poorest of consolation prizes for their failure to become the omnipotent civil servants of a Western avatar of a secular Roman imperial body politic.

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