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A Text-book of Roman Law from Augustus to Justinian

£35.00

Product description

The book states the main rules of Private Law of the Roman Empire for the use of students, setting out the established or accepted doctrines. The materials are organised according to the Institutional arrangement, starting with the Law of Persons. Contains xvi +763 pages. Contents on pp. xiii-xiv; List of books and periodical cited with abbreviation pp. xv-xvi; Index pp. 745-763. Bound in blue cloth on hard covers. The front joint is cracked, the back joints are broken at p. 762/3.The spine and the upper margins of front and back covers are heavily rubbed and sunned. The back cover has signs of heavy wear and an indentation along the upper margin. The book is underlined and bears annotations in the margins, in pencil. The book is in fair condition. Inscription of three former owners, with names of cities in England, in blue ink on the initial endpage; one inscription in the upper corner is crossed out.

Item details

Author(s):
Buckland, W. W.
Condition:
Fair
Dimensions:
6 1/4 " x 9 1/2"
Edition:
Second 1950
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
763
Publisher:
Cambridge University Press
Title:
A Text-book of Roman Law from Augustus to Justinian

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The book states the main rules of Private Law of the Roman Empire for the use of students, setting out the established or accepted doctrines. The materials are organised according to the Institutional arrangement, starting with the Law of Persons. Contains xvi +763 pages. Contents on pp. xiii-xiv; List of books and periodical cited with abbreviation pp. xv-xvi; Index pp. 745-763. Bound in blue cloth on hard covers. The front joint is cracked, the back joints are broken at p. 762/3.The spine and the upper margins of front and back covers are heavily rubbed and sunned. The back cover has signs of heavy wear and an indentation along the upper margin. The book is underlined and bears annotations in the margins, in pencil. The book is in fair condition. Inscription of three former owners, with names of cities in England, in blue ink on the initial endpage; one inscription in the upper corner is crossed out.

Author(s):
Buckland, W. W.
Condition:
Fair
Dimensions:
6 1/4 " x 9 1/2"
Edition:
Second 1950
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
763
Publisher:
Cambridge University Press
Title:
A Text-book of Roman Law from Augustus to Justinian

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