Gentili, Alberico [1552-1608]. De Jure Belli Libri Tres. (1612 Latin edition). Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1933. Carnegie Classics of International Law series. Volume 1: Reproduction of 1612 Latin edition. Reprint. W.S. Hein, 1995. vi, , 742,  pp. Tan buckram hardcover, with black spine lettering. New. $250. * With the completion of this memorable work, a new era of international law soon began in Europe. Gentili, says Professor Holland, was the first writer "to grasp as a whole the relations of States one to another, to distinguish international relations from questions with which there are more or less intimately connected, and to attempt their solution entirely independent of the authority" of Pope or Emperor. Sherman, Roman Law in the Modern World 1:261.
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