STAPULAE

STAPULAE
oppid. Galliae in Picardia, ad Quantii fluv. ostia, vulgo Estaples, patria Iacobi Fabri Stapulensis, cuius elogium habes apud Thuanum l. 16. et Scaev. Sammarthanum Elog. Virorum illustr. Eius meminit Lupus Ferrar. Ep. 14. Wicum et Quentovicum vocant Scriptores paulo superioris aevi, eique Emporii quoque ac Portus nomen tribuunt, prae coeteris Annales Bertini A. C. 842. Unde nominis origo in promptu est. Vide Car. du Fresne Glossar.

Hofmann J. Lexicon universale. 1698.

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  • de statute stapulae — /diy statyuwtow steypaliy/ The writ of statute staple …   Black's law dictionary

  • jus stapulae — /jas steypyaliy/ In old European law, the law of staple; the right of staple. A right or privilege of certain towns of stopping imported merchandise, and compelling it to be offered for sale in their own markets …   Black's law dictionary

  • de statuto stapulae — A writ of statute staple …   Ballentine's law dictionary

  • jus stapulae — The right of staple,–an ancient right of some English towns to force the sale of imports to their own people, exclusively …   Ballentine's law dictionary

  • COMMERCIA — generi humano perquam necessaria, abundantiâ unius regionis alterius inopiam pensant, et quae ad vivendum vel saltem commode vivendum cuique necessaria sunt, large suppeditant. Quî enim Athenae olim, cui το λεπτόγαιον Thucydides, l. 1: tribuit:… …   Hofmann J. Lexicon universale

  • STAPULA — vel um, insignis est Mercaturae et Nundinarum locus, convehendis vendendisque mercibus potioribus, puta lanae, panni, vini, corii, plumbi, etc. a Principe designatus, eiusdemque stabilitus privilegiis; und nomen Stapulum, quasi mercium atque… …   Hofmann J. Lexicon universale

  • TREVI vel TREVIRI — TREVI, vel TREVIRI Plin. l. 4. c. 17. et Melae, l. 3. c. 2. Triviri Ptol. popul. et urbs Galliae Belgicae ad Mosellam fluv. vulgo Trier. Gall. Treves. Antiquissima, ut volunt, omnium urbium Europaearum, a Trebetâ Nini Assyriorum regis fratre… …   Hofmann J. Lexicon universale

  • Etaples — Étaples DEC …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Jacob Heinrich Born — (* 2. Februar oder 2. Juni 1717 in Leipzig; † 3. Dezember 1775 in Dresden) war ein kursächsischer Jurist und zwischen 1759 und 1775 insgesamt siebenmal Bürgermeister der Stadt Leipzig. Werdegang Borns Vater Jacob Born war Bürgermeister in Leipzig …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Étaples — Étaples …   Deutsch Wikipedia

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