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Quaestionum Juris Publici Libri Duo. Latin text. Reprint 1737 edition by Cornelius van Bynkershoek ISBN 13: 9781575885155

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Quaestionum Juris Publici Libri Duo. Latin text. Reprint 1737 edition

Quaestionum Juris Publici Libri Duo. Latin text. Reprint 1737 edition

by Bynkershoek, Cornelius van

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1995. ISBN 1575885158. Bynkershoek, Cornelius van [1673-1743]. Quaestionum Juris Publici Libri Duo. Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1930. Reprint. Buffalo: W.S. Hein, 1995. ISBN 1575885158. viii, [30], 417, [2] pp. Tan buckram hardcover with black spine lettering. New. $150. * First published in 1737, this treatise considers questions dealing with international law and the customs of war. Beginning with Lord Mansfield, scholars have considered this to be Bynkershoek's greatest work. It was reissued in 1930 as a title in the Carnegie Classics of International Law series. Volume 1: Reproduction of 1737 edition in Latin.
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