The Law of Nations

Naeve, Johann Karl. Disputatio Juridica De jure gentium Justinianeo Ad l. I. §. penult. & ult. & IV. LL. seqq. ff. d J. & J. Quam Concedente magnifico JCtorum, qui hic est, ordine sub præsidio Dn. Johannis Caroli Nævii, J.U.D. ac Curiæ Electoralis Protonotarii, Præceptoris sui atq[ue] studiorum promotoris observanti cultu colendi, Publico literatorum Examini ad Diem XI. Octobris In Auditorio JCtorum summittet Johann Christoph Gleichmann / Dresd.

Wittebergæ [Wittenberg]: Typis Mattheus Henckelii, Acad. Typogr., Anno M.DC.LXXVI. [1676]. In Latin. 4to. 174 x 145 mm (6.75 x 5.75 in.). [16] ll. Woodcut initial and tail-piece. Title page age-toned. Bound in modern Italian marbled paper. A dissertation on ius gentium,” or the law of nations,” in the Justinian Code, with references to classical and Renaissance philosophers such as Plato and Grotius. Concludes that natural law and the law of nations, treated as separate by Roman law, are in fact one and the same. The author, Naeve, was a jurist, court elector, and prolific author of legal treatises on various subjects who lived and worked in Wittenberg. Rare. OCLC reports one location (Italy); VD17 notes one copy at the Bavarian State Library in Munich. VD17 12:147790Z


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