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    Default The Helios - The unborn child in Private Law in the 18th century and its reflections on the 18th century society





    In 18th century Germany, unborn children were often treated as already having been born.
    In the latest Helios article, Quintus Hortensius Hortalus investigates why.
    Was it caused by the influence of Roman Law, religious views, scientific advances or something else?

    Read the article here!

    Last edited by Caillagh de Bodemloze; December 06, 2019 at 10:33 AM.






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