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How Did Roman Law Influence Western Civilization?

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Creation of law, influences in language, literature, art, infrastructure, and city-planning are all areas where the influences of Roman ideas can be seen. Roman law developed the division between public law. In issues where the state is directly involved, such as with issues of treason and taxation, and private law, concerned with disputes between people, such as over contracts.
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