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Philips Wielant and the 'Briève instruction en causes civiles'

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Extensive review of the edition of the Briève instruction en causes civiles of Philips Wielant (1441–1520), edited by L.H.J. Sicking and C.H. van Rhee. The text is a French version of Wielant's Practijke civile, published in 1573. J.Th. de Smidt compares both texts very closely; he adds a comparison with the Pratique judiciaire of Joos de Damhouder (1507–1581).

Affiliations: 1: Emeritus hoogleraar aan de Universiteiten Leiden en Amsterdam, Kleine Houtweg 159, 2012 PS Haarlem, The Netherlands;, Email:


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