IX. Die Heimath des Gregorianus

  title={IX. Die Heimath des Gregorianus},
  author={Theodor Mommsen},
  journal={Zeitschrift der Savigny-Stiftung f{\"u}r Rechtsgeschichte. Romanistische Abteilung},
  pages={139 - 144}
  • T. Mommsen
  • Published 1 August 1901
  • History
  • Zeitschrift der Savigny-Stiftung für Rechtsgeschichte. Romanistische Abteilung
Seitdem Rom aufgehört hatte nicht die Hauptstadt des Reiches, aber die Residenz seiner Herrscher zu sein, das heisst seit Diocletian, übernimmt der östliche Reichstheil, die partes Orientis '), auf allen Gebieten die Führung. Dieser späte Sieg des Hellenismus über die Lateiner ist vielleicht nirgends auffälliger als auf dem Gebiet der juristischen Schriftstellern, zumal da hier, wie in der Rechtspflege und in der Verwaltung, die lateinische Sprache fortwährend als die von Rechtswegen officielle… 
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