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pandectes or -ta , ae, m., = πανδέκτης,
I.a book that contains every thing, a complete repertory, an encyclopedia, a title frequently given to books; cf. Gell. 13, 9, 4; Plin. H. N. praef., § 24.
I. In gen.: “novissime Tiro in Pandecte non recte dici ait,Charis. p. 186 P.—
II. In partic.: Pan-dectae , ārum, m., the title of the collection of Roman laws made by order of Justinian from the writings of Roman jurists; the Pandects, Just. Ep. ad Sen. § 1.
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