This paper discusses the idea that the gap regarding the dowry in Gaius’ Institutes is due to the fact that Gaius intentionally did not deal with this subject because he considered it as 'ius singulare' and that this omission was filled in by a 'liber singularis' outside the Institutes. The existence of a "didactic system" made up of the Gaius’ Institutes and four 'libri singulares' for the classical age of Roman Law is also disputed.
|Numero di pagine||31|
|Rivista||SEMINARIOS COMPLUTENSES DE DERECHO ROMANO|
|Stato di pubblicazione||Published - 2016|