In a later rescript
of Constantine and Licinius, quoted by Eusebius of Caesarea, we read the words of the Emperors themselves on this matter:
Evans Grubbs has examined a large number of rescripts
from the Justinian Code in which both Roman and non-Roman citizens were involved in status disputes.
3, an imperial rescript
of the emperors Arcadius and Honorius of 396.
Then she sat on the second day, and she summoned the judge Abu l-Husayn al-Ashnani, and things went well for her, the rescripts
went out as they should, and a number of petitioners benefited from them.
58) Both Rescripts
were expected to be committed to memory by young soldiers and high-school-age students.
He ought to have noted that in the period from 1859 to 1869, the tsarist authorities issued 69 rescripts
and directives dealing with the Jews, of which only 3 (in 1859, 1861, and 1868) worsened the Jews' position, 19 were merely explanatory or refinements of existing statutes, and the remaining 47 all expanded Jewish rights.
The complementary nets of discipline and antidiscipline are more intricately intertwined when the marketplace rescripts
the social text of segregation signs.
show that the emperors, like the bishops, were overwhelmingly preoccupied with a succession of ecumenical church councils that attempted to determine orthodox theology, especially Christology.
The causes were many: sheer population growth, Irish seminarians who remained abroad after the completion of their course of study on the Continent, and Apostolic Rescripts
designed to limit the number of new clergy in Ireland.