This collection provides a thorough history of the intriguing life and imperial reign of Justinian the Great, as well as insightful commentary on and translation of his significant work. Justinian the Great was the Byzantine Emperor from 527 to 565. He fought to restore the Roman Empire in late antiquity through judicial reform and reclamation of the lost Western portion of its boundaries. Known as “the last Roman,” he remains an important transitional figure spanning the ancient and medieval epochs of history. Delve into the life and works of this remarkable figure with these valuable resources.
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- Contains an accessible introduction to Justinian’s Digest
- Provides a thorough biographical and historical account of Justinian’s life and reign
- Includes a full English translation of Justinian’s Digest
- An Introduction to the Study of Justinian’s Digest by Henry John Roby
- The Digest of Justinian, vol. 1 by Justinian the Great
- The Digest of Justinian, vol. 2 by Justinian the Great
- The Age of Justinian and Theodora: A History of the Sixth Century AD, vol. 1 by William Gordon Holmes
- The Age of Justinian and Theodora: A History of the Sixth Century AD, vol. 2 by William Gordon Holmes
- Title: Life and Works of Justinian the Great
- Volumes: 5
- Pages: 1,891
About Justinian the Great
Justinian the Great (c. 482–565) was the Byzantine Emperor from 527 to 565. He is well-known for his judicial reforms and revision of Roman law. Justinian fought to restore the Roman Empire in late antiquity. Known as “the last Roman,” he remains an important transitional figure spanning the ancient and medieval epochs of Rome.