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The Breviary had the effect of preserving the traditions of Roman law in Aquitania and Gallia Narbonensiswhich became both Provence and Septimaniathus aparico their sense of enduring continuity, broken in the Frankish north. Views Read Edit View history.

From the circumstance that the Breviarium has prefixed to it a royal rescript commonitorium directing that copies of it, certified under the hand of Anianus, should be received exclusively as law throughout the kingdom of the Visigoths, the compilation of the code has been attributed to Anianus by brevairio writers, and it is frequently designated the Breviary of Anianus Breviarium Aniani. It was promulgated on 2 February[1] the 22nd year of his reign.

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The Visigoths were Arian and maintained their own clergy. Retrieved from ” https: By using this site, you agree to the Terms of Use and Privacy Policy. November Learn how and when to remove brviario template message.

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This article needs additional citations for verification. Retrieved 14 November In other projects Wikimedia Commons. This recast of the Visigothic code was published in the 18th century for the first time by Paolo Canciani in his collection of ancient laws entitled Barbarorum Leges Antiquae.

It is termed a code codexin the certificate of Anianusthe king’s referendary, but unlike the code of Justinian breviiario, from breviari the writings of jurists were excluded, it comprises both imperial constitutions leges and juridical treatises jura.

The chief value of the Visigothic code is as a source for Roman Law including the first five books of the Theodosian Code Codex Theodosianus[4] five books of the Sententiae Receptae of Julius Paulus, and until the discovery of a manuscript in the chapter library in Veronawhich contained the greater part of the Institutes of Gaius, it was the only work in which any portion of the institutional writings of that great jurist had come down bfeviario us.