AUTHENTICUM

AUTHENTICUM

authenticum (aw-then-t[schwa]-k[schwa]m).Roman & civil law.

1. An original instrument.

2. (cap.) A Latin version of 134 Novels promulgated by Justinian mostly in Greek between A.D. 535 and 556. ¡ª Also termed Authenticae.


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