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Some remarks concerning the Disputationum libri XXI of Tryphoninus

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This contribution discusses the recently published book Die libri disputationum des Claudius Tryphoninus, Eine spätklassische Juristenschrift of Kathrin Fildhaut and more specifically the question, dealt with in the book, whether the fragments of Tryphoninus' Libri disputationum, as preserved in the Digest, have been elaborated in post-classical times or by the compilers. Special attention is paid to the interpretation of Tryph. D. 23,2,67,3.


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