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

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Bibliotheca Frisica juridica II, Bio-bibliographical notes on some little known Frisian jurists. – Second part of a series on some early Frisian jurists who have left printed editions of their works (for the first part see TR 75 (2007), p. 125–137. The present contribution deals with: Joachimus Hopperus (1523–1576), professor in Louvain, judge in the Grote Raad (Malines), member of the Privy Council (Brussels) and Philip II's secretary for the affairs of the Netherlands (Madrid); Regnerus Sixtinus (1543–1617), professor in Marburg and member of the Privy Council of the Count of Nassau (Kassel); Ausonius Popma (ca. 1553–1621), private scholar in IJlst; Tiallingius ab Eijssingha (van Eysinga; 1562–1603), grietman of Menaldumadeel; Thomas Herbaius (ca. 1570–1613), Attorney-General at the Hof van Friesland; Sibrandus Siccama (1571–1622), syndic of the city of Bolsward.


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Affiliations: 1: Professor emeritus Leyden University; President Kennedylaan 703, 2341 GN Oegstgeest, The Netherlands


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