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Q: Who was the byzantine emperor who codified roman law?
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Byzantine emperor who codified roman law?

Tribonian


Who was the byzantine emperor who confided roman law?

Justinian


Summary of Roman law by Byzantine Emperor?

it's called the Justinian's Code


What Roman law was first codified in the?

law of nations


Who united the roman empire under a codified government?

A government is not codified and cannot be codified. What can be codified is the law. There was not anyone who unified the Roman Empire because the Roman empire was never divided. Maybe you have in mind Justinian I who commissioned the Corpus Juris Civils (Body of Civil Law) also known as the Justinian Code. This work codified Roman civil law.


Who was accredited as being the greatest byzantine emperor?

Constantine The Great Justinian I (because of him now the whole world uses the unversal Roman Law)


Who was Justinian you and what did he achieve regarding law?

Justinian was the Byzantine emperor.


Who was Justinian you and what did achieve regarding law?

Justinian was the Byzantine emperor.


What byzantine emperor reformed the Roman law of code?

JustinianFlavius Petrus Sabbatius Iustinianus AD 483 - 565 known as Justinian I or the Great Emperor of the East Roman Empire or the Byzantine Empire coded the applicable laws of his times in order to facilitate the distribution of justice under the title Corpus Iuris Civilis "Body of Civil Law" between 529 and 534 AD.


What event in the 800 increased tension between the east and west?

Leo III changing the law about icons


Who is known for the roman code of laws?

Justinian I, Emperor of the Byzantine Empire, is known for the Roman code of laws called the Justinian Code or Corpus Juris Civilis. It was a collection of laws that formed the basis of Roman law and served as a major influence on legal systems in Europe.


What were Justinian's code?

The Justinian code was the result of Emperor Justinian's desire to consolidate existing Roman law. Justinian's legislation or "Corpus juris civilis" formed the basis of later Byzantine law.