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International Law


(a) Public.
(b) Private.
3. Scope.
CHAPTER II
Nature
4. Early Terminology.
(a) Jus naturale.
(b) Jus gentium.
(c) Other terms.
5. Historical Bases.
6. Ethical Bases.
7. Jural Bases.
(a) Roman law.
(b) Canon law.
(c) Common law.
(d) Equity.
(e) Admiralty law.
8. International Law and Statute Law.
9. How far is International Law entitled to be called
Law?
CHAPTER III
Historical Development
10. Early Period.
(a) Greece.
(b) Rome.
11. Middle Period.
(a) Roman Empire.
(b) The Church.
(c) Feudalism.
(d) Crusades.
(e) Chivalry.
(f) Commerce and Sea Laws.
(g) Consulates.
(h) Discovery of America.
(i) Conclusion.
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