A body of laws drawn up by Sextus vElius, and consisting of three parts, wherein were explained, respectively: (1) The laws of the Twelve Tables; (2) the Interpretation of and decisions upon such laws; and (3) the forms of procedure. In date, it was subsequent to the jus I’lavU anum, (q. v.) Brown.

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