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" Jus Gentium was, in fact, the sum of the common ingredients in the customs of the old Italian tribes, for they were all the nations whom the Romans had the means of observing, and who sent successive swarms of immigrants to Roman soil. "
Ancient Law: Its Connection with the Early History of Society and Its ... - Sayfa 49
Henry Sumner Maine tarafından - 1861 - 415 sayfa
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Ancient Law: Its Connection with the Early History of Society, and Its ...

Henry Sumner Maine - 1861 - 415 sayfa
...Jus Gentium, that is, Law common to all Nations. ) Jus Gentium was, in fact, the sum of the common ingredients in the customs of the old Italian tribes,...successive swarms of immigrants to Roman soil. Whenever a O particular usage was seen to be practised by a large number of separate races in common it was set...
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The Journal of Jurisprudence, 5. cilt

1861
...common to all local systems of jurisprudence, it was the Jus Gentium. " Whenever," says Mr Maine, " a particular usage was seen to be practised by a large...number of separate races in common, it was set down as a part of tkt law common to all nations, or Jus Gentium. Thus, although the conveyance oi property...
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Ancient Law: Its Connection with the Early History of Society, and Its ...

Sir Henry Sumner Maine - 1861 - 415 sayfa
...of Jus Gentium, that is, Law common to all Nations. Jus Gentium was, in fact, the sum of the common ingredients in the customs of the old Italian tribes, for they were all the nations whom the Romans hud the means of observing, a'nd who sent successive swarms of immigrants to Roman soil. Whenever a...
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Fraser's Magazine, 64. cilt

1861
...immigrants were born. They eliminated the element common to all the laws which at the time prevailed. Whenever a • particular usage was seen to be practised by a large number of separate tribes, it was set down as part of the law common to all nations — the JIM gentium — and applied...
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Ancient Law: Its Connection with the Early History of Society, and its ...

Henry Sumner Maine - 1864
...This common element was called the Jus Gentium, or the law common to all nations. The result was that whenever a particular usage was seen to be practised by a large number of separate races, it was set down as a part of the law common to all nations. It must not be supposed that the early...
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Ancient Law: Its Connection with the Early History of Society, and Its ...

Henry Sumner Maine - 1866 - 415 sayfa
...of Jus Gentium, that is, Law common to all Nations. Jus Gentium was, in fact, the sum of the common ingredients in the customs of the old Italian tribes,...Whenever a particular usage was seen to be practised by a laro•e number of separate races in common, it was set down as part of the Law common to all Nations,...
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Ancient Law: Its Connection with the Early History of Society, and Its ...

Henry Sumner Maine - 1867 - 400 sayfa
...This common element was called the Jus Gentium, or the law common to all nations. The result was that whenever a particular usage was seen to be practised by a large number of separate races, it was set down as a part of the law common to all nations. It must not be supposed that the early...
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Ancient Law: Its Connection with the Early History of Society, and Its ...

Henry Sumner Maine - 1834 - 400 sayfa
...of Jua Gentium, that is, Law common to all Nations. Jus Gentium was, in fact, the sum of the common ingredients in the customs of the old Italian tribes, for they were att the nations whom the Romans had the means of observing, and who sent successive swarms of immigrants...
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On the origin and growth of sentiments of international morality

Charles William Stubbs (bp. of Truro.) - 1869 - 43 sayfa
...citizens. "The Jus Gentium or law common to all nations," says Mr Maine, " was the sum of the common ingredients in the customs of the old Italian tribes,...sent successive swarms of immigrants to Roman soil." The Jus Naturale of the Roman jurisconsults was borrowed from the Grecian idea of a natural state of...
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Tradition, Principally with Reference to Mythology and the Law of Nations

John Francis Arundell Baron Arundell of Wardour - 1872 - 431 sayfa
...meaning of jus gentium, ie law common to all nations. Jus gentium was, in fact, the sum of the common ingredients in the customs of the old Italian tribes,...observing, and who sent successive swarms of immigrants to the Roman soil The jus gentium was, accordingly, a collection of rules and principles determined by...
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