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Compare Spencer, "De ratione et origine sacrificiorum" (De Legibus Hebraeorum ritualibus, iii.2), by far the best thing that has ever been written on the subject.
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Tiraqueau's treatise, De legibus connubialibus, published for the first time in 1513, has an important bearing on the life of Rabelais.
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I. - Curtis; quia pellicula imminuti sunt; quia Moses Rex Judoeorum, cujus Legibus reguntur, negligentia PHIMOZEIS medicinaliter exsectus est, & ne soles esset notabi omnes circumcidi voluit.
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Hic inerunt viginti minae bonae, mala opera partae; has tibi nos pactis legibus dare iussit.
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Illis legibus, cum illa dote quam tibi dixi.
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Here we already find the idea of a transition on the part of man from a pre-political natural state of freedom and equality into the state of citizenship; the idea of the origin of the state by a contract (social and of submission); of the sovereignty of the ruler (_rex major populo; plenitudo potestatis_), and of popular sovereignty[3] (_populus major principe_); of the original and inalienable prerogatives of the generality, and the innate and indestructible right of the individual to freedom; the thought that the sovereign power is superior to positive law _(princeps legibus solutus_), but subordinate to natural law; even tendencies toward the division of powers (legislative and executive), and the representative system.
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Anabaptistae historiam Iobi fabulam[12] appellant, tragicis et comicis legibus intermixtam.
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See the outlines of the Roman hierarchy in Cicero, (de Legibus, ii.
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Inter Romanos negotia causarum Romanis legibus praecipimus terminari.
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Venarique timet doctior, Seu Graeco jubeas trocho, Seu malis vetita legibus alea.
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Incipit Liber Quintus Obstat auaricia nature legibus, et que Largus amor poscit, striccius illa vetat.
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Examples of Legibus

Example #1
The scribe mounted a wooden pulpit; seven priests stood beside him on the right hand, and seven on the left.
Example #2
Ezra and Nehemiah were manifestly in concert as to this.
Example #3
There we learn that, dissatisfied with the incomplete translation of Herodotus by Laurent Valla, Rabelais had retranslated into Latin the first book of the History.
Example #4
It was at Fontenay-le-Comte also that he became acquainted with the Brissons and the great jurist Andre Tiraqueau, whom he never mentions but with admiration and deep affection.
Example #5
The Heathens had an odd opinion, and have a strange reason why Moses imposed the law of circumcision on the Jews, which, how untrue soever, I will give the learned reader an account of without translation, as I find it in the annotations upon Horace, wrote by my worthy and learned friend Mr. William Baxter, the great restorer of the ancient and promoter of modern learning.
Example #6
Quis miretur ejusmodi convicia homini Epicureo atque Pagano excidisse?