Brackton On the Laws and Customs of England Volumes 3-4, Revised Edition, Published in Association with the Selden Society (Belknap Press) by Henry de Bracton

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ContributionsSamuel E. Thorne (Translator)
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Number of Pages1656
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ISBN 100674080386
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