Among the Romans by jus civile was understood the civil law, in contradistinction to the public law, or jus gentium.
Among the Romans the collection of laws which are to be observed among all the members of a nation were so called. It is opposed to jus gentium, which is the law which regulates the affairs of nations among themselves.
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