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Classical Journal -
This is a short book for Roman lawyers in a hurry, with punchy chapters outlining the various criminal offenses that the Roman law recognized. The point of the book is chiefly to outline what the law was; procedure and punishment are dealt with summarily. The substantive law is reconstructed by economically leavening material from books forty-seven and -eight of the Digest with other legal and literary evidence.