Collected Works of a Prominent Neapolitan Jurist Marinis, Donato Antonio de [1599?-1666]. Rodoerio, Giovanni Leonardo [1640-1701]. Luca, Carlo Antonio de [17th. c.] Alexio, Carolus de [17th. c.]. Cappelli, Felice [18th. c.]. Curte, Camillo de. Roverter, Francisco. Opera Juridica in Quinque Tomos Distributa: Cum Additionibus Leonardi Rodoerii, Caroli Antonii de Luca, Caroli de Alexio, Francisci Reverterii, & Camilli de Curte. Necnon Nuperrimis Felicis Cappelli Animadversionibus. [Venice: Apud Nicolaum Pezzana, 1758]. Four volumes, in six parts, bound in five books. Each volume Excepting Volume II has an individual title page, Volume I (in two parts, paged continuously) has, in addition, a general half-title. Complete set. Folio (15" x 9"). Contemporary vellum, title panels and faint hand-lettered titles to spines. Minor staining, spines slightly darkened, spine ends and corners bumped and lightly worn, two later sheets of notes tipped-in to pastedowns of Volumes I, Parts 1 and 2. Title page of Volume I, Part 1, printed in red and black, woodcut printer devices, head-pieces, tail-pieces and decorated initials. Moderate toning, light browning in places, faint dampspotting, internally clean. Ex-library. Bookplates to front pastedowns. An appealing set. $2,000. * Third, final and best edition. This set collects the consilia and other principal writings of Donato Antonio de Marinis, a prominent Neapolitan jurist. It contains notes by additional writers and two related works by other authors: Curte's Selectiores Juris Feudalis Resolutiones (Volume II) and Reverter's Decisiones Regiae Cameriae Summariae Neapolitanae. Contents: Volume I (two parts in two books): Resolutionum Juris, Tomus Primus [Pars Prima, Pars Altera], Volume II (one book): Resolutionum Juris, Liber Secundus, Volume III (one book): Juris Allegationes Insignium Jurisconsultorum Urbis Regiae Neapolis, Volume IV (two parts in one book): Summa, Et Observationes ad Singulas Decisiones Regiae Camerae Summariae Neapolitanae; Arresta, Capitula, & Reformationes Regiae Camerae Summariae Neapolitanae. First published in 1731, it went through two more editions in 1757 and 1758. The final edition is preferred because it contains notes and additions that do not appear in its predecessors. Few copies of any edition are he.
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