anonymous
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Which describes Justinian's Code? a military password a trading partnership a royal promise a set of laws
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anonymous
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A set of laws.
anonymous
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-.- Its laws.
anonymous
  • anonymous
Emperor Justinian wanted to save in writing all the laws that began in ancient Rome. In ancient Rome, those laws were called the Twelve Tables. Emperor Justinian collected up all the old laws, and added new ones that gave his people even more rights. He called this body of law the Code. One of the laws in Justinian's Code stated that a person was innocent until proven guilty. Can you think of any country today that has this same law? Well, sure - we do! Many countries do, including the United States, Great Britain, Canada, France, Germany, Belgium, and others.

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thanks sniffs
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Anytime.
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haha, yes you're right
anonymous
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law
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law

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