Consiliorum, sive Responsorum Baldi Ubaldi Perusini Jurisconsulti Omnium Concessu Doctissimi Pariter et Acutissimi, Volumen Quartum [and] Volumen Quintum [vols 4 & 5 only, bound together]
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- Consiliorum, sive Responsorum Baldi Ubaldi Perusini Jurisconsulti Omnium Concessu Doctissimi Pariter et Acutissimi, Volumen Quartum [and] Volumen Quintum [vols 4 & 5 only, bound together]
- Ubaldi, Baldo degli
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- apud Dominicum Nicolinum, & Socios [Domenico Nicolino]
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- Law; 16th- & 17th-Century Books;
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