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Who was Justinian the first and what did he do for the Roman Empire?

  Justinian I 483–565, Byzantine emperor (527–65), nephew and successor of Justin I Justin I, c.450–527, Byzantine emperor (518–27); successor of Anastasius I. He

What are two Justinian reforms?

I think one was to make all people fair under law and another was to consider a person innocent until proven guilty! Hope this helps!!   ~7th GRADE SCS

Justinians kegal reforms were important because?

Justinian I commissioned a collection of books called Corpus Juris Civilis (Body of Civil Law), which was also dubbed Justinian Code in the 16th century. A first edition was p

Why were Justinian 1's reforms important?

Justinian I commissioned a collection of books called Corpus Juris Civilis (Body of Civil Law), which was also dubbed Justinian Code in the 16th century. A first edition was p

Was Justinian I's legal reform more complicated?

Justinian I commissioned a collection of books called Corpus Juris Civilis (Body of Civil Law), which was also dubbed Justinian Code in the 16th century. A first edition was p

What is the legal code of emperor Justinian?

It was the Corpus Juris Civilis (Body of Civil law). This was a compendium of centuries of Roman civil law, a collections of essays in jurisprudence and a textbook for student

How did Justinian reform roman law?

Like most emperors,  Justinian I (or the Great) reformed the law by issuing new edicts -  laws by imperial decree. However, what he is famous for is his  collecting of cent