Aldo Schiavone

Aldo Schiavone is Full Professor in Roman Law at the Istituto Italiano di Scienze Umane, of which he was the founder, and the Director from 2006 until 2010.

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Cover: SpartacusSpartacusSchiavone, Aldo
Carden, Jeremy
HARDCOVER03/05/2013$19.95
Cover: The Invention of Law in the WestThe Invention of Law in the WestSchiavone, Aldo
Carden, Jeremy
Shugaar, Antony
HARDCOVER01/02/2012$58.00
Cover: The End of the Past: Ancient Rome and the Modern WestThe End of the Past: Ancient Rome and the Modern WestSchiavone, Aldo
Schneider, Margery J.
PAPERBACK09/30/2002$33.00
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