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 Definition Ancient Roman property law that decided ownership of an object or work that is somehow related to another object or work, in that one thing is considered the principal, and the other is considered to be an addition to it. [d] [e]
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Disclaimer. There are some similarities to Wikipedia version since this article is copied from Smith, W. (1878). A dictionary of Greek and Roman antiquities. London: J. Murray, a work that is now in the public domain. This source cites as its sources Krüger, P., Mommsen, T., Schöll, R., & Kroll, W. (1954). Corpus iuris civilis. Berolini: Apud Weidmannos;