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I codici urgellensi e la giurisprudenza italiana fra Tre e Quattrocento, Appunti su alcune particolarità

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1. Rivista Internazionale di Diritto Comune 11205695 2009;Vol 20:147
2. Quellen und Forschungen aus italienischen Archiven und Bibliotheken 00799068 2002;Vol 82:193
3. Ius commune 05792428 1999;Vol 26:241
4. Rivista di Storia del diritto italiano 03906744 2007;Vol 80:125
5. Traditio, 03621529 1967;Vol 23:415

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