The Ammanati Affair : Seven Centuries Old, and not Feeling the Age. / Vaccari, Eugenio.

In: Chicago-Kent Law Review, Vol. 93, No. 3, 21.09.2018, p. 831-866.

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The Ammanati Affair : Seven Centuries Old, and not Feeling the Age. / Vaccari, Eugenio.

In: Chicago-Kent Law Review, Vol. 93, No. 3, 21.09.2018, p. 831-866.

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Vaccari E. The Ammanati Affair: Seven Centuries Old, and not Feeling the Age. Chicago-Kent Law Review. 2018 Sep 21;93(3):831-866.

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Vaccari, Eugenio. / The Ammanati Affair : Seven Centuries Old, and not Feeling the Age. In: Chicago-Kent Law Review. 2018 ; Vol. 93, No. 3. pp. 831-866.

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