a jurist, who lived under Alexander Severus, which appears from his consulting Paulus (Dig. 40
. tit. 13. s. 4).
There are in the Digest seventeen excerpts from twelve books of Regulae
by Rufinus, according to the Florentine Index; but one excerpt (Dig. 42
. tit. 1. s. 34) is superscribed Lib. Xll.,
which, however, proves nothing, as error easily occurs in such a numeral.
The name of Licinius Rufinus appears in the Geneva edition of the Collatio Legum Mosaicarum et Romanarum,
as the compiler; but this Rufinus cannot be the contemporary of Paulus, for the Collatio was compiled after the publication of the Code of Theodosius; not to mention other arguments. (Zimmern, Geschichte des Röm. Priratrechts,