Sextus Pomponius (Pomponius, Sextus)( Roman jurist, theorist and law professor)
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Biography Sextus Pomponius (Pomponius, Sextus)
Pomponius, Sextus; Pomponius, Sextus, II in. n. e., a Roman lawyer, theorist and law professor. P. belongs to the most prolific literary Roman jurists. His work is characterized by encyclopedic erudition, . which is most pronounced in Ad edictum, . Comments on pretorskomu edict, . more than 150 books, . and in the commentaries to the works of his predecessors in the field of law (By Quintus Mutsiyu in 39 books, and to Sabine in 35 books),
. Ad edictum - is extensive in the Roman legal literature comment on the edict. Only in the first half of III in. n. e. it surpassed comments Ulpian and Paul. Comment P. known to us only through quotations, found in other jurists. By Quintus Mutsiyu and K Sabino, from a formal point of view, are the commentaries to the works of Quintus Scaevola Mutsiya and massages Sabina, in fact, is a complete system of civil law. Another group of P. difficulty casuistic nature: Variae lectiones in 41 book and Messages in 20 books, representing a collection of written responses to the various legal issues.
From small operations P. Corps civil rights quoted monograph P. On the verbal commitments (De stipulationibus), . at least 8 books, . On informal observations (De fideicommissis) in 5 books and the decisions of the Senate (De senatus consultis) in 5 books, . as well as Plautia in 7 books, . comment to the unknown, we compose a lawyer on behalf of Plautius,
. Deserves special attention Enchiridium (manuals, textbooks) P. in 2 books, product review, type, from which the Corps civil rights preserved historical introduction, talks about the historical development of sources of Roman law, the legal structure and the Roman law to Julian. Historical interests AP, on the background of practically oriented legal literature, are an exceptional phenomenon. P. attribute and the Assembly of the principles of law (Liber singularis regularum), which, according to some scientists, submitted later excerpts from original works of P.