Roman law

Roman law is the name used for a system of laws used by the Roman Empire. It started with the twelve tablets, 749 BC. After the law code ordered by Justinian I it continued as Byzantine law. Roman law is the foundation of most legal systems in Europe, and its former colonies, and influenced many other countries.

Other Languages
العربية: قانون روماني
asturianu: Derechu romanu
azərbaycanca: Roma hüququ
беларуская: Рымскае права
български: Римско право
bosanski: Rimsko pravo
català: Dret romà
čeština: Římské právo
dansk: Romerret
Ελληνικά: Ρωμαϊκό Δίκαιο
English: Roman law
español: Derecho romano
Esperanto: Romia juro
فارسی: حقوق روم
français: Droit romain
한국어: 로마법
hrvatski: Rimsko pravo
Bahasa Indonesia: Hukum Romawi
interlingua: Derecto roman
íslenska: Rómarréttur
italiano: Diritto romano
қазақша: Рим құқығы
Latina: Ius Romanum
lietuvių: Romėnų teisė
magyar: Római jog
Nederlands: Romeins recht
日本語: ローマ法
occitan: Drech roman
oʻzbekcha/ўзбекча: Rim huquqi
Plattdüütsch: Röömsch Recht
português: Direito romano
română: Drept roman
Scots: Roman law
sicilianu: Drittu rumanu
slovenčina: Rímske právo
slovenščina: Rimsko pravo
српски / srpski: Римско право
srpskohrvatski / српскохрватски: Rimsko pravo
svenska: Romersk rätt
Türkçe: Roma hukuku
українська: Римське право
Tiếng Việt: Luật La Mã
粵語: 羅馬法
中文: 罗马法
Lingua Franca Nova: Lege roman