A Well-Regarded Commentary on the Institutes Matthaeus, Antonius [1564-1637]. Mommerius (Mommer), Aegidius [c.1510-1570]. Notae & Animadversiones in Libros IV. Institutionum Juris Imper. Justiniani: Praefixa est Epistola Aegidii Mommerii, De Ratione Legendi Discendique Iura, Antehac Nunquam Excusa; Subjuncta Synopsis Institutionum Iuris, Qua Illae ad huc Hodie Sunt in Usus. Amsterdam: Impensis Ioannis Iansonii Iunioris, 1657. [xiv], 407,  pp. Main title page preceded by copperplate pictorial title page, copperplate coat of arms of page facing dedication. 12mo. (5" x 3"). Contemporary sheep, gilt spine with raised bands and lettering piece. Some rubbing, joints just starting at ends, minor chipping to spine ends. Brief annotations to endleaves, which have offsetting to margins, light toning to text, internally clean. $600. * Later edition. Matthaeus was a jurist, professor of law at the University of Marburg and the father of the distinguished Roman-Dutch jurist, Antonius Matthaeus (II). Originally published in 1600, Notae et Animadversiones is a commentary on the Institutes of Justinian. A well-regarded work, it went through seven subsequent editions, the last in 1784. OCLC locates 2 copies of this edition in North America, one in a law library (UC-Berkeley). Dekkers, Bibliotheca Belgica Juridica 110 (3).
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