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6 November, 05:50

Which best describes Justinian's Code?

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the tests required of Byzantine government workers

a secret military code used by Justinian's armies

the code of honor that governed Byzantine soldiers

a single, consistent set of laws for the Byzantine Empire

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  1. 6 November, 06:59
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    a single, consistent set of laws for the Byzantine Empire

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    The Justinian's Code was a set of laws written and sponsored by order of the emperor Justinian I of the Byzantine Empire, now they are studied as a fundamental work on jurisprudence and it unified the laws and statutes of the Byzantine Empire.
  2. 6 November, 07:36
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    Greenleafable. The answer which describes Justinian's code is a set of laws. Code of Justinian, also known as Corpus Juris Civilis, is a collection of fundamental works in jurisprudence, issued from 529 to 534 by order of Justinian I, Eastern Roman Emperor. Your answer is D.
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