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  • Article requests : Responsa in the Roman Empire: "a significant development in the Roman justice system introduced by Augustus and his successors; a responsa was an opinion on a legal case heard in court by eminent jurists; jurists earned fame based on their responsa; famous jurists include Papinian, Julius Paulus, and Ulpian, all of whom held the position of praefectus praetoria, minister of justice of the Roman Empire." [1]
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How about Roman law responsa?[edit]

Roman law also has responsa. Many are compiled on the Justinian Corpus Iuris. Shouldn't they be mentioned here too? 06:27, 30 September 2006 (UTC)

this is bad

In Islam[edit]

The section on responsa in Islam doesn't currently have a single source. Could somebody supply some sources? Best, --Shirahadasha 03:34, 8 June 2007 (UTC)