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- The Roman Law Library
- This website has items in the original language (Latin or Greek) but it also has things organized by category so you can find sources then look them up in English.
- Avalon Project
- Collection of Ancient Legal texts and inscriptions translated into English.
- Digest of Justinian
- Scott’s mediocre translation of the Emperor Justinian’s opus. It will be better to get your hands on a hardcopy of Alan Watson’s translation.
- Institutes of Gaius
- Gaius wrote this textbook on Roman law in the middle of the second century C.E. And another copy of Gaius’ Institutes can be found here.
- Fontes Iuris Romani Anteiustiniani
- A collection in Greek and Latin of Roman laws, edicts, senatus consulta, etc. known in 1893.
What are scholars of Roman law up to?
- Roman Law Resources
- This website has some good collections of primary source material – again, not in English, but might lead you to something of import you can then find in English.