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Contrary to the manuscript tradition, the active form debet in Gai. 4,73 is to be read as the passive debetur. Against the background of semantic and syntactic analysis, this passage makes sense only under the assumption of a corrupted abbreviation (as can frequently be found in the Veronese Codex). For only then is the passage coherent and in conformity with parallel juridical sources. Considerations as to a Roman double entry booking based on the active debet are faced with objections in the sources everywhere.


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