The Law of succession under Diocletian O. E. Tellegen-Couperus: Testamentary Succession in the Constitutions of Diocletian. Pp. xiii + 231. Uitgeverij Terra: Zutphen, 1982 [Book Review]

The Classical Review 34 (02):234-236 (1984)
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