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digesta

alimentary tract contents undergoing digestion.
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See JAMES BECK, RAPHAEL: THE STANZA DELLA SEGNATURA 74-75 (1993) (including Raphael's fresco Trebonianus Handing the Pandects to Justinian (1511)).
The idiosyncracies of Amiatinus and the probable origin of the Bodley text in one of the other two pandects are discussed further below.
The probable role of one of the other two pandects is discussed in the concluding section.
The editors of the Rome Biblia Sacra have restored the latter as the Hieronymian reading, which thus differs from that of Amiatinus and, presumably, the other Ceolfrithian pandects.
17) The Digest ("ordered abstracts") or Pandects ("encyclopedia") were the second part of Justinian's attempted codification of Roman law, undertaken in the early decades of the sixth century.