Edictum Theodorici Law and Legal Definition
Edictum theodorici is a collection of 154 legal Roman legal provisions. It was compiled around A.D. 500 by order of Theodoric King of the Ostrogoths. Edictum theodorici must be observed by both the Roman Citizens and Ostrogoths. The extracts of edictum theodorici were taken from the following three codes namely, gregorianus, hermogenianus, and theodosianus, and the from some post theodosian novels, and from Paul’s sententiae.