Fill in the table “Legislation of Byzantium and the Frankish state in the VI century.”

Comparison lines Byzantium Frankish state
Document’s name “Code of Civil Law” “Salic truth”
The name of the ruler under which the laws were written (drawn up) Justinian Clovis
Composition of laws Laws of Emperors Explained by Roman Jurists, Laws of Justinian Judicial customs of the Franks, new decrees of Clovis
The importance of laws for the development of the state Introduction of laws uniform for the whole country Strengthening the uniform order throughout the state
The value of laws as a historical source Preservation of Roman law Shows the structure of the state, social life
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