The perpetual edict. A compilation or system of law in fifty books,digested by Julian, a lawyer of great eminence under the reign of Adrian, from thepnetor’s edicts and other parts of the Jus Honorarium. All the remains of it which havecome down to us are the extracts of it in the Digests. Butl. Ilor. Jur. 52.

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