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The Justinian Code created a system of living that started in 529 AD. These were divided into 3 volumes.
The systems informed were used and carried on by the Byzantine Empire until 565 AD
The system controlled most of the societies inner workings including, farming, crop and food control, as well as crimes that were committed.
These rules and regulations helped the government maintain a fluid and healthy way of life, but the systems meant that the society was very uniform and had major jurisdiction.
Codex: A compilation of imperial enachments
Digest of Pandects: A resource that is composed of extracts of Roman writing
Institutes: A book that introduces the code through conceptual elements more advanced than the Digest
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