Definition of CODE PAPIRIAN


CODE PAPIRIAN

The name of a collection of the Roman laws, promulgated
by Romulus, Numa, and other kings who governed. Rome till the time of Tarquin,
the Proud. It was so called in honor if Sextus Parrius, the compiler. Dig.
1, 2, 2.

Source: Bouviers Law Dictionary 1856 Edition

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