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(᾽Επαναγωγή, Return to the Point), correctly Eisagoge (Ευ̑σαγωγή του̑ νόμου, Introduction to the Law), a law book of the emperors Basil I, Leo VI, and Alexander, divided into 40 titles. ...

Subjects: Medieval and Renaissance History (500 to 1500).


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