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[923e] he shall not assign goods, but if not so betrothed, he shall assign. And if, after the will is made, it is discovered that one of the sons or daughters owns a lot in the district, then that person shall resign his legacy in favor of the heir of him that made the will. If the testator leave no male children, but females, he shall bequeath to whichever daughter he chooses a husband, and to himself a son, and write him down as his heir;1 and if a man has a son, whether his own or adopted, who dies in childhood before reaching man's estate, in this case also,

1 i.e. he shall select a citizen to become his heir by marrying one of his daughters.

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