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Classics: Roman Law

Corpus Iuris Civilis
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Lex Ursonensis
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Citation Chaining

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  • Sometimes the titles of journals in lists of Classics references have been abbreviated, making them hard to find on the Library catalogue. Here is a list of abbreviations along with the full titles that should be used in the Library catalogue

To find articles on your specific topic, use Citation Chaining and search in the recommended Classics databases


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Roman Law – Central Library, Level 8

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