ABASGI


ABASGI
ABASGI
pastores latrociniis dediti. vide Novell. 142 c. 2. et Gothofredum ibid. et ad l. si quis II. verb pastor. C. de accus. Ioh. Calv. Lexic. furid.

Hofmann J. Lexicon universale. 1698.

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