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     * 4, Vulgate: "​*omnes etiam qui credebant erant pariter et habebant omnia communia*"​     * 4, Vulgate: "​*omnes etiam qui credebant erant pariter et habebant omnia communia*"​
   * 535: the Institutes of Justinian recognized *res communes*: "the following things are by natural law common to all—the air, running water, the sea, and consequently the sea shore. No one therefore is forbidden access to the sea­shore, provided he abstains from injury to houses, monuments, and buildings generally; for these are not, like the sea itself, subject to the law of nations."​   * 535: the Institutes of Justinian recognized *res communes*: "the following things are by natural law common to all—the air, running water, the sea, and consequently the sea shore. No one therefore is forbidden access to the sea­shore, provided he abstains from injury to houses, monuments, and buildings generally; for these are not, like the sea itself, subject to the law of nations."​
-  * c. 1150: Gratian’s _Decretum_ said, “for natural law all things are everyone’s” ("​*jure naturali omnia sunt communia omnibus*"​),​ while there are certainly provisions for property in church and secular law.+  ​* 700s: Establishment of the [[waqf]] system in Islamic world 
 +  ​* c. 1150: Gratian’s _Decretum_ said, “for natural law all things are everyone’s” ("​*jure naturali omnia sunt communia omnibus*"​),​ while there are certainly provisions for property in church and secular law
   * Magna Carta / Charter of the Forest   * Magna Carta / Charter of the Forest
   * [Thomas Aquinas on property](http://​www.newadvent.org/​summa/​3066.htm):​ "In cases of need, all things are common property"​   * [Thomas Aquinas on property](http://​www.newadvent.org/​summa/​3066.htm):​ "In cases of need, all things are common property"​