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History of Roman Private Law

By Clark, E. C. (Edwin Charles)

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Title: History of Roman Private Law  
Author: Clark, E. C. (Edwin Charles)
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Language: English
Subject: Roman law, Jurisprudence, Law
Collections: American Libraries Collection
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Publication Date:
1906
Publisher: Cambridge, University Press

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C. (Edwin Charles), 1835-191, C. E. (1906). History of Roman Private Law. Retrieved from http://members.worldlibrary.net/


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Digitized from the holdings of Harvard University. In 1887 the Bulletin became the official organ of the Denison Scientific Association and has since been edited by the permanent secretary of that organization ; On cover: Denison University bulletin ; Vol. 10, 1897, Memorial volume, includes the constitution of the Denison Scientific Association (p. [37] 39); table of contents of v.1-9 of the Bulletin of the scientific laboratories of Denison university, 1885-97 (p.[41]-45); table of contents of v.1-7 of Journal of comparative neurology 1891-97 (p.55-60)

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