DIGEST , a
See also:term used generally of any digested or carefully arranged collection or compendium of written
See also:matter, but more particularly in
See also:law of a compilation in condensed
See also:form of a
See also:body of law digested in a systematical method; e.g. the Digest (Digesta) or Pandects (lI&vaeKTat) of Justinian, a collection of extracts from the earlier jurists compiled by
See also:order of the emperor Justinian . The word is also given t'o the compilations of the
See also:main points (marginal or
See also:hand-notes) of decided cases, usually arranged in alphabetical and subject order, and published under such titles as "
See also:Common Law Digest," "
See also:Annual Digest," &c .
BASILIUS DIGENES ACRITAS
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