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This section contains a list of texts cited in the book Letting and Hiring in Roman Legal Thought: 27BCE - 284CE. The sheer volume of books and articles which have appeared on various aspects of the Roman contract of letting and hiring during the twentieth century is an indication of the continuing popularity of this subject in modern scholarship. Using a brief timeline of influential monographs on the subject, certain trends in the academic study of the contract of letting and hiring may be indentified. As the contract of letting and hiring is its main focus, the book concentrates on legal sources contained in the sixth-century compilation of Roman law created by order of the Emperor Justinian.

Keywords: Emperor Justinian; Roman legal thought



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