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Index of Sources

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This chapter presents an index of sources in classical period, post classical period, medieval period (600-1600), early modern period (1600-1800), modern period (from 1800), and cited cases in the book on Law and Equity: Approaches in Roman Law and Common Law. The sources are listed in the alphabetical order. The specialists in the field examine the curious dual structure that shaped the law of England and Rome, and discuss why did this dual structure come about and how did it influence historical developments in substantive law.

Keywords: classical period; curious dual structure; England; Law and equity; medieval period; modern period; Rome; sources



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