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Justinian's Codex
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8 pages in length. Emperor Justinian's Codex iuris of the sixth century evolved as a necessary means by which to regulate society's behavior. What had until then been left up to the whims of each individual to handle on his own was now a product of fair and sensible legal procedure, with Justinian representing the instrumental force behind the eventual cohesiveness that encompassed these monumental changes. It can readily be argued that there was, indeed, a great need for such a show of order, in that there existed no modicum of conformity when it came to the legal process. As the principles of Justinian's Codex continued to be established, they also became an integral component of ancient societies, ultimately impacting the very foundation of Roman law. Bibliography lists 7 sources.
Filename: TLCcodex.rtf

Kafka's "The Problem with Our Laws"
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A 7 page paper which discusses and analyzes Kafka's "The Problem with Our Laws." Bibliography lists 2 additional sources.
Filename: RAkafkalaw.wps

Marine Archaeology in America
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This 10 page report discusses the development of underwater archeology and the fact that underwater and terrestrial archeology share certain techniques and standards. Marine archaeologists generally think of shipwrecks as a non-renewable resource that are underwater time capsules offering a view of a unique historical period. Marine archaeology may also be described as “the recovery and interpretation of human remains and cultural materials of the past from underwater by archaeologists.” Bibliography lists 8 sources.
Filename: BWmarchy.wps

Norman Conquest and English Law
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A paper which looks at the impact which the Norman Conquest had on the development of the English legal system, taking into account the many other historical and social factors which influenced the growth of common law both before and after the Norman invasion. Bibliography lists 4 sources
Filename: JLnormlaw.rtf

Plato's "Republic," Machiavelli's "The Prince" And Hobbes' "Leviathan": Justice
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6 pages in length. The writer discusses justice as it relates to political philosophy according to Plato, Machiavelli and Hobbes. No additional sources cited.
Filename: TLClevia.wps

Religion and Knowledge of Death: Influence on Characters in Classics
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A 5 page paper which examines how religion and the knowledge of death influence the decisions an individual will make in their lives. The examination focuses on Euthyphro, Apology, and Crito by Plato, and Gilgamesh. Bibliography lists additional sources.
Filename: RAgil4.rtf

Roman Law and the Justice System
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This 7 page paper considers the way in which Roman law developed and was enacted. The paper includes consideration of who the law protected, what it covered and how was enforced as well as some examples of some of the more strange pieces of legislation. The bibliography cites 6 sources.
Filename: TELawrom.wps

The Application Of Common, Roman And Administrative Law
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This 11 page paper provides an overview of the application of Common, Roman and Administrative Law systems as they can be applied to the study of existing cases. This paper evaluates two specific cases, one criminal, one civil, and defines the nature of specific processes in each case, including arrest procedures, the presentation of charges, and the decision making elements. Bibliography lists 6 sources.
Filename: Lawsyst.wps

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