Constantine Harmenopoulos (Greek: Κωνσταντῖνος Ἁρμενόπουλος, 1320 – ca. 1385) was a Byzantine jurist from Greece who held the post of katholikos kritēs ("universal judge") of Thessalonica, one of the highest judicial offices in the Byzantine Empire.
He is best known for his Hexabiblos (1344–45), a law book in six volumes in which he compiles a wide range of Byzantine legal sources. First printed 1540 in Paris, the Hexabiblos was widely adopted in the Balkans under the Ottoman Empire. In 1828, it was also adopted as the interim civil code in the newly independent Greek state.
- Burgmann, Ludwig (2001). "Konstantinos Armenopulos". In Michael Stolleis (ed.). Juristen: ein biographisches Lexikon; von der Antike bis zum 20. Jahrhundert (in German) (2nd ed.). München: Beck. p. 39. ISBN 3-406-45957-9.
- Foundation of the Hellenic World, History of the late Byzantine Period, The Hexabiblos, accessed January 2007
- Fögen, Marie Theres (1991). "Harmenopoulos, Constantine". In Kazhdan, Alexander. Oxford Dictionary of Byzantium. Oxford University Press. p. 902. ISBN 978-0-19-504652-6.
- Manuale legum sive Hexabiblos cum appendicibus et legibus agrariis, Gustav Ernst Heimbach (ed.), Lipsiae, T. G. Weigel, 1851.
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