Not much can be established with regard to the historical beginnings of Judaic law (JL), which has persisted for 3,000 years and is still observed in many parts of the world. Many of its rules (e.g. concerning murder and theft) exist in all cultures, although their historical origin cannot be attested. Thus, the law in the Bible has characteristics in common with legal sy…
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Carmichael, Calum M. (Ithaca),
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