Law & Order in Ancient Rome – The Law

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This history documentary series covers Law & Order in Ancient Rome. In this first episode we consider the very foundation of Law & Order by examining the Law itself. We cover this subject by tracing its chronological evolution from the Roman Monarchy to the Roman Republic and finally the Roman Empire. Throughout these eras of Roman History we see how laws were passed and how they impacted society. Arising from this system are some of the first lawyers in history and a body of legal jurisprudence which is still felt today. Stay tuned for more episodes on Roman Law and Order. (Note: This video includes sponsored content)

Research: Chris Das Neves
Script: Chris Das Neves
Art: Beverly Johnson
Editing: Invicta

Bibliography and Suggested Reading:
Law Making in the Later Roman Republic, Alan Watson, 1974.
A Legal History of Rome, George Mousourakis, 2007.
The Historical and Institutional Context of Roman Law, George Mousourakis, 2003.
Roman Law in Context, David Johnston, 1999.
Roman Law: An Introduction, Rafael Domingo, 2018.
Historical Introduction to the Study of Roman Law, HF Jolowicz and Barry Nicholas, 1972.
An Introduction to the Principles of Roman Law, P. Van Warmelo, 1976.
The Cambridge Companion to Roman Law, ed. David Johnston, 2015.


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