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Legal science and law in Late Antiquity Gaul and Africa

Abstract:

Liebs has treated of legal science in Late Antiquity in two books, one on Africa, the other, recently reedited, on Gaul. As a result of his method we dispose now of valuable displays of the status quo, indicating that the level of jurisprudence was still acceptable; although regarding the Pseudopauline Sentences it is still unclear from which sources the author drew. Weßel, a pupil of Liebs', has analysed in detail the Tablettes Albertini, purchase deeds of land in Africa under the Vandal kin...

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Journal:
Tijdschrift voor Rechtsgeschiedenis
Volume:
75
Issue:
1
Pages:
39-46
Publication date:
2007
ISSN:
0040-7585
URN:
uuid:a481f18e-56ad-4c6a-86f1-9e122f8f82ea
Source identifiers:
294627
Local pid:
pubs:294627
Language:
German

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