oa Fundamina : A Journal of Legal History - Getting to know Justinian



Extracted from text ... 1 Hence the fashion to challenge this proposition. So A. Gaillou, ""The sixth century was not so much a period of profound change - as certain historians, misled by the amount of legislation left by Justinian, have believed - as it was a stage in the administrative reorganisation conceived by a power that was always sensitive to the concrete situation of the empire"" (in The Byzantines, ed. G. Cavallo (1992) 207); and the diverse views in The Sixth Century: End or Beginning? ed. P. Allen and E. Jeffreys (Brisbane 1996). 2 Discussions include P. Allen, ""The Justinianic plague"", 1979 ..


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