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The majority of books in Stub's collection were published in the period 1650-1699, around fifty to hundred years prior to the book owner's death. Here is an indication of the growing influence of early modern natural law at the expense of other juridical traditions. This book, nicknamed kleiner Struve, was published several times over a period of more than hundred years. Stub appears to have owned both this work and Struve's Syntagma jurisprudentia secundum ordinem pandectarum. The book collection belonging to Conferenztraad Lachmann, prepared for auction in 1797, included Darjes' Natur und Volker-Recht. Weyle's Glossarium juridicum appeared here, and also in several of the book collections mentioned previously. In addition to this distinctive core of instructional works in the book collections belonging to Stub, Dons, Londemann and Leuch, several other characteristics are also of note.

Keywords: books; Dons; juridical traditions; Leuch; Londemann; Stub's collection



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