1852 Italian Anthology Of Translated Writings by German Criminologists [Mori, Francesco A., Editor and Translator]. Scritti Germanici di Dritto Criminale. Opera Che Puo Formar Seguito e Complimento Alla Teorica del Dritto Penale di A. Chauveau. Prima Versione Italiana con Note Riguardanti la Legislazione in Vigore nel Regno Delle Due Sicilie. Naples: Giovanni Pedone Lauriel, 1852. Two volumes bound as one, each with title page and index. 240; 252 pp. Main text in parallel columns. Octavo (9" x 6"). Contemporary quarter calf with gilt fillets and titles over marbled boards, speckled edges. Rubbing with some wear to extremities. Light foxing to most of text, which is otherwise clean and bright. A very nice copy of a rare title. $250. * Reissue of a book first published in Livorno in four volumes from 1847 to 1847. This book is an anthology of writings by contemporary German criminologists, who were considered the leading practitioners in Europe. They are: Mittermeier, Rosshirt, Hofacker, Walter, Bauer, Waechter, Scheurlen, Zachariae, Kleinscrod, Friedrich, Hepp, Sander, Jagemann, Schenck, Geib and Hesse. Mori was a pioneering Italian criminologist. He was influenced by the important French criminologist Adolphe Chauveau [1802-1869]. OCLC locates 5 copies, 1 in North America (Columbia Law School). Not in the British Museum Catalogue.
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