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BREVIARIUM. The name of a code of laws of Alaric II., king of the Visigoths.

A Law Dictionary, Adapted to the Constitution and Laws of the United States. By John Bouvier. Published 1856.
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In Agrippa II's survey of Roman might (BJ 2.365-87) Josephus seems to draw on an official source: an update of Augustus' breviarium totius imperii?
Para el uso celebrativo de los himnos se emplean los contenidos en el Breviarium Gothicum con posibilidad de emplear la edicion facsimil leonesa del ano 2004 (15).
The first known Latin title, the Breviarium Bracarense, was printed in Braga by Johann Gherling in 1494, and the first vernacular book appeared only in 1495.
He is also the editor of the Bulgarian edition of the Breviarium Politicorum Secundum Rubricas Mazarinicas (Sofia 2010).
Edites a l'issue du concile de Trente, le Breviarium Romanum de 1568 et le Missale Romanum de 1570 (22) sont rapidement devenus deux modeles fondamentaux pour la celebration de la messe et de l'office catholiques.
His topics include a three-cornered dialogue by Thucydides, Thomas Hobbes, and Tacitus on power in the classical world; six tales of the equestrian order, the letters of Symmachus; children's games in Augustine's Confessions; Ammianus on Roman law and lawyers; interpreting the Interpretationes of the breviarium of Alaric; and Macsen, Maximus, and Constantine.