The Nineteenth Century Revival of Roman Law Study in England and America, 23 Green Bag 624 (1911)
The present revival of Roman Law study in England and America is largely due to Sir Henry Maine. Sheldon Amos' loyal tribute deservedly extols the genius of Maine who "rescued the laws of Rome from the neglect into which they had fallen in England and established forever their essential relation to every system of law having an European parentage."'
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Roman law, jurisprudence
Sherman, Charles P., "The Nineteenth Century Revival of Roman Law Study in England and America" (1911). Faculty Scholarship Series. Paper 4443.