Consolato del Mare
[ kawn-saw-lah-taw del mah-re ]
/ kɔn sɔˈlɑ tɔ dɛl ˈmɑ rɛ /
a code of maritime law compiled in the Middle Ages: it drew upon ancient law and has influenced modern law.
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