Epitome of Roman law in a single book; a concise collection of almost 700 selected texts of principles and rules in Roman jurisprudence, compiled, edited and translated by Charles Phineas Sherman ...

New York, Baker, Voorhis and Company, 1937.

Location Call Number Status Consortium Loan
George Washington
WRLC Shared Collections Facility
KR 7 .S5 Off-site
Washington Law (American)
American Borrowing Only - ILL for all other WRLC patrons
KBD5 .S49
Mullen Library stacks
KC 1 .S55 E6 Available Request
George Mason
Law Library - 4th Floor
KJA195 .S54 1937 Available
Georgetown Law
GT Law Borrowing: GT patrons use Law catalog; Others use ILL
KJA195 .E64 1937
Subjects Roman law.
Description xxvii, [1], 330 pages 24 cm
Copyright Date 1937.
Notes "List of Roman law texts cited and translated": pages 315-318.
Added t.p.: Enchiridion romani iuris in libro singulari.
Latin and English.
"Bibliography of Roman law": pages 319-323.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)1414536
WorldCat Search OCLC WorldCat
WorldCat Identities Sherman, Charles Phineas, 1874-
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