Von denen Lehren so einem Studioso Juris in der teutschen Rechts-Gelahrtheit so viel den Wehrstand betrifft zu wissen nohtig, 1706.

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Thomasius, Christian, 1655-1728. Von denen Lehren so einem Studioso Juris in der teutschen Rechts-Gelahrtheit so viel den Wehrstand betrifft zu wissen nohtig, 1706.

Von denen Lehren so einem Studioso Juris in der teutschen Rechts-Gelahrtheit so viel den Wehrstand betrifft zu wissen nohtig, 1706.

Manuscript on the fundamentals for the study of German law. Attached to the inside of the fore-cover is a printed set of outlines for the use of Thomasius's students. A note by George Lincoln Burr on the first page explains the extent of the influence of Thomasius's teachings.

1 v. (821 p.) ; 20 cm.

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