The Sources of Roman Law

By: Anavitarte, E. J.*

The sources of Roman law are the set of normative means that a praetor or a judge could apply in the resolution of each case.

Throughout Roman history, these fonts were added or modified depending on the circumstances, so each historical period has its own font set.

The growth of the administration, the increase in litigation and the need to manage an increasing number of people in the empire would be the main drivers for the gradual modifications that the sources of law were undergoing in the Roman world.

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