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Bibliotheca frisica juridica, Bio-bibliografische notities over enkele weinig bekende Friese juristen

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image of Tijdschrift voor Rechtsgeschiedenis / Revue d'Histoire du Droit / The Legal History Review

This is the first part of a series on little known Frisian jurists from the end of the 15th until the beginning of the 17th century who have left printed editions of their works. The present contribution deals with three of them: Haring Sinnema (ca. 1465 – 1513), professor in Cologne and member of the Reichskammergericht, author of a primer on civil and canon law (1491); Boëtius Epo (1529 – 1599), professor at the counter-reformist University of Douai since its erection in 1562, whose works mainly concern canon law; Johannes Basius (ca. 1540 – 1596), agent and adviser of Prince William of Orange, author of Paradoxarum disputationum iuris civilis libri IIII (1575), known for excessive criticism on some wellknown humanist contemporaries.


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