Gualteri Burlaei Liber de Vita Et Moribus Philosophorum: Mit Einer Altspanischen Übersetzung Der Eskurialbibliothek (Classic Reprint)

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Excerpt from Gualteri Burlaei Liber De Vita Et Moribus Philosophorum: Mit Einer Altspanischen Übersetzung der Eskurialbibliothek

Inter ceteres eutem leges eine invente sunt has, ut eit Laercius: Si quis parentas indigentes non alat inglorioeus est. Filii earum qui pro republica obiere de' republica nutriantur et doceentnr'. Item stetuit tutorem cum orphenorum matre non habitare, nee tutoris officium exercera in quem orphano rum defunctorum suhstancia [esset perventurä] Neo sculptori annli Iicere tanere signum annli venditi'. Et si unum oculum habentem quis illa privaverit vice varse geminis carest'. Et quod princeps, si ebriosus fuerit, dampnetur nece'

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