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Uniform title headingInstitutiones
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Variant(s)Justinian I, Emperor of the East, 483?-565. Institutiones
Corpus juris civilis. Institutiones
Corpus juris civilis. Institutes of Justinian
Institutes of Justinian
Institutiones iuris civilis
Instituts de l'empereur Iustinien
Instituts de l'empereur Justinien
Institutes de l'empereur Justinien
Institutionū siue Elementorum D. Iustiniani Sacratissimi Principis libri quatuor
Institutionum siue Elementorum D. Iustiniani Sacratissimi Principis libri quatuor
Institutionum sive Elementorum D. Justiniani Sacratissimi Principis libri quatuor
Imperatoris Justiniani Institutiones
Institutiones of Justinian
Iustiniani Institutiones
Istituzioni di Giustiniano
Found inNew encycl. Britannica: v. 5, p. 645 (Institutiones is one of 4 books of the Corpus juris civilis, Justinian's great legal compilation; Institutiones compiled and published in 533 under Tribonian's supervision; was an elementary textbook for first-year law students)
NUC pre-1956 (Corpus juris civilis. Institutiones; commonest t.p. appellations in Latin among many: Institutiones, Institutiones iuris civilis, Imperatoris Justiniani Institutiones; in English: Institutes of Justinian)
Institutionū siue Elementorum D. Iustiniani Sacratissimi principis libri quatuor, 1544
Mercier, J. Remarques du droit francois, sur les Instituts de l'empereur Iustinien ..., 1672.
Wikipedia, May 13, 2008 (Corpus Juris Civilis ("Body of Civil Law") is the modern name for a collection of fundamental works in jurisprudence, issued from 529 to 534 by order of Justinian I, Byzantine Emperor; distributed in three parts: Digesta (or "Pandectae"), Institutiones, and the Codex Constitutionum; a fourth part, the Novels (or "Novellae Constitutiones"), was added later; students' textbook called the Institutiones or "Elements"; as there were four elements, the manual consists of four books. The Institutiones are largely based on the Institutiones of Gaius. Two thirds of the Institutiones of Justinian consists of literal quotes from Gaius. The new Institutiones were used as a manual for jurists in training since 21 Nov. 533 and were given the authority of law on 30 Dec. 533 along with the Digest)
Iustiniani Institutiones, 1908.
Sulle tracce delle Istituzioni di Giustiniano nell'alto medioevo, 2008