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Corpus juris civilis academicum, in suas partes distributum, usuique moderno ita accomodatum, ut nunc studiosorum quivis, etiam tyro, uno quasi intuitu, omnes leges Digestorum & Codicis, omnesque titulos Institutionum invenire possit / Auctore Christop. Henr. Freiesleben, alias Ferromontano
Bib ID 938711
Format BookBook
Uniform Title Corpus juris civilis
Edition Editio nova, revisa, et a plurimis mendis repurgata, nec non locis parallelis seque invicem illustrantibus adaucta ... 
Description Coloniae Munatianae : sumptibus Emanuelis Thurneysen, 1759 
2 v. ; 26 cm. 
Subjects Roman law.  |  Civil law.
Other authors/contributors Freiesleben, Christoph Heinrich, -approximately1733

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