The institutes of gaius c 170 ad first commentary second commentary third commentary fourth commentary roman law homepage rome law texts . First commentary i concerning civil and natural law 1 all peoples who are ruled by laws and customs partly make use of their own laws and partly have recourse to those which are common to all men for what every people establishes as law for itself is peculiar to itself and is called the civil law as being that peculiar to the state and what natural reason establishes among all men . Gaius institutes of roman law c 160 preface the death of the author of this commentary and translation has taken from us one who in the intervals allowed him by his official duties gave himself with single minded devotion to the acquisition and furtherance of knowledge omnium quos. The institutiones institutes of the byzantine emperor justinian i reigned 527 565 which were intended to supersede gaiuss treatise of the same name were modeled on the older work in style and content and numerous passages were copied verbatim gaiuss full name and most of his personal history are unknown
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