Societas Publicanorum. Erster Band. (All published).
Gustav Kischer, Jena, 1896. XVI,520p. Bound. (Rare thus).'Essays upon various doctrines of the Roman law, public and private, as exemplified in Roman financial administration. (…) Upon most of the subjects that he treats Professor Kniep throws new light; and even when his arguments are not convincing, his theories are interesting. Any student of Roman private law, or of Roman public law, or of Roman finance, of of Roman history, of or Roman archaeology and epigraphy, will probably find somewhere in the book something that will be of use to him and that has nothing to do with publicans. His quest will be facilitated by a very full table of contents, which almost takes the place of an index; an appendix of 21 pages, giving a list of texts and inscriptions cited; and a further appendix of four pages, showing which of the texts and inscriptions are critically discussed.' (MUNROE SMITH in Political Science Quarterly, 13-3, 1898, p.548-50).