Julius Paul (Paulus, Iulius)( Roman jurist)
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Biography Julius Paul (Paulus, Iulius)
Paul, Julius; Paulus, Iulius, II / III Centuries. n. e., Roman jurist. He was assessor Papiniana, when he served as prefect pretorian, later became chief of the Imperial Chancellery and a member of the Imperial Council and, finally, when Alexander Severus - Prefect pretorian. A student Servida Quintus Scaevola, well-trained and talented lawyer, though not such as, for example, Julian or Papinian. He wrote a lot and quite accessible, and his works were diverse in form and content. Traditions of the great classical jurisprudence continued to concern the product P. , Meeting legal requirements (Quaestionum libri XXVI, Responsorum libri XXIII). A different direction in his work presents a critical writings, so called, Notes (Notae), to the works of predecessors: Labeo, Neratov Pristsisa, Juliana, RB. Mutsiya Scaevola and Papiniana. P. also wrote detailed comments: to pretorskim edicts (Ad edictum libri LXXX) and to individual provisions.
Monographic P. related to various provisions of public and private law. Beyond that P. create works of educational, informational and didactic (Manualia, Institutiones, Regulae, Sententiae). In total, there are currently about 90 titles of works under his name in 319 books, but not all of them are true. In the Post-classical period, the product P. gained great popularity, they belonged to the most widely read and studied, they most often processed anonymous followers. Of these treatments the best known example MAXIMS Paul (Pauli Sententiae) in 5 books, written in the late III or early IV in. This work enjoyed enormous prestige, which was formally confirmed by the emperor Constantine the Great in 327-328 years. Sam P. was counted among the five standing in the field of classical law decree 426 g. However Ulpianom he summed up the peculiar result of the development of classical jurisprudence. 2083 fragment of his works included in the charter of Justinian, which is 1 / 6 of total digestion.