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by Henry John Roby

  • Author: Henry John Roby
  • ISBN: 1144742668
  • ISBN13: 978-1144742667
  • ePub: 1575 kb | FB2: 1213 kb
  • Language: English
  • Category: Politics & Government
  • Publisher: Nabu Press (February 17, 2010)
  • Pages: 582
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Roman Private Law in the Times of Cicero and of the Antonines, Volume 1 ePub download

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Roby, Henry John, 1830-1915. University of Michigan. 2. Book digitized by Google from the library of the University of Michigan and uploaded to the Internet Archive by user tpb. Includes bibliographical footnotes and index. Introduction - Book 1. Citizenship and status - Book 2. Family - Book 3. Inheritance: Essay on cretio - Book 4. Property: Essay on recipere - Book 5. Obligations: Essays on litterarum obligatio: Nexum - Book 6. Procedure - Appendix: Essays on Cicero's speeches, Pro Quinctio, Pro Roscio comoedo, Pro Tullio, Pro Caecina.

Roman Private Law, Vol. 1 book. In 1894 Roby retired from business and in the following year from parliament. This was followed in 1902 by Roman Private Law in the Time of Cicero and the Anotinines. With the ending of his work as a schools commissioner in 1874, Roby became a partner in his father in law's firm of Ermen and Engels, sewing cotton manufacturers of Patricroft near Manchester. He spent the last twenty years of his life in at his residence Lancrigg, Grasmere in the Lake District.

Henry John Roby (20 August 1830 – 2 January 1915), was an English classical scholar and writer on Roman law .

Henry John Roby (20 August 1830 – 2 January 1915), was an English classical scholar and writer on Roman law, and a Liberal Member of Parliament. He was a Cambridge Apostle.

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Henry John Roby (20 August 1830 – 2 January 1915), was an English classical scholar and writer on Roman law, and a Liberal Member of Parliament. Roby was the son of a solicitor and was born in Tamworth, and was educated at Bridgnorth Grammar School. He won a scholarship to St John's College, Cambridge in 1849. He graduated as a Bachelor of Arts in 1853, and was the "Senior Classic" or top classics student of that year

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