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Damhouder, Joos de - Bossche, Piet van den : Praxis rerum criminalium, praetoribus, propraetoribus, consulibus... utilis et necessaria. Avctore D. Iodoco Damhouderio Brugensi, equite aurato, I. V. Doctore, quondam caesareo, nunc Hispaniarum Regis Philippi Consiliario... Editio Ultima.

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Joos de Damhouder (25 November 1507, Bruges – 22 January 1581, Antwerp), also referred to as Joost, Jost, Josse or Jodocus (de) Damhouder, was a jurist from Bruges, in the County of Flanders (then part of the Seventeen Provinces). His writings had a lasting influence on European criminal law. His principal work was the Praxis rerum criminalium (1554), a manual on the practice of criminal law, which he almost entirely plagiarised from an unpublished text by Filips Wielant and from other works. The book was a great success and saw numerous translations in other European languages, partly due to de Damhouder's novel approach of illustrating the various crimes and procedural stages with woodcuts. He later published a complementary work on civil law, the Praxis rerum civilum (1567), which was also an unattributed translation of a work by Wielant.
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kategória: Régiség > Latin >
kategória: Könyv > Jog >
kiadó: Coloniae (Köln), Johann III Gymnich, 1591.
cikkszám / ISBN: 0046360
kötés: egyéb (lásd a leírásban)
oldalszám: [20]+640+[96]
könyv nyelve: latin

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