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Abbreviations Used For References In The Editor’s Introduction, In His Notes And His List Of Sources

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This section contains the list of abbreviations used for references in the Editors introduction, notes and in his sources of the book Hugo Grotius' Mare Liberum. The book starts from a comparison with the autographic manuscript, Robert Feenstra undertook a verification of the text of the first and only authorised edition-in particular of the numerous marginal references-resulting in many corrections and further annotations. In his Editors Introduction, he explains the history of the later editions of the Latin text and the translations of Mare liberum. Jeroen Vervliets General Introduction aims at providing a better understanding of the circumstances in which Hugo Grotius wrote this work; it elucidates the legal argument used by Grotius, and the reaction of his contemporary opponents.

Keywords: Hugo Grotius; Mare Liberum

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