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De Legibus et Senatusconsultis Liber, Adiunctis Legum Antiquarum. Antonio Agustin, Fulvio Orsino, Lipsius.
De Legibus et Senatusconsultis Liber, Adiunctis Legum Antiquarum...
De Legibus et Senatusconsultis Liber, Adiunctis Legum Antiquarum...
De Legibus et Senatusconsultis Liber, Adiunctis Legum Antiquarum...
De Legibus et Senatusconsultis Liber, Adiunctis Legum Antiquarum...
De Legibus et Senatusconsultis Liber, Adiunctis Legum Antiquarum...
De Legibus et Senatusconsultis Liber, Adiunctis Legum Antiquarum...
De Legibus et Senatusconsultis Liber, Adiunctis Legum Antiquarum...

De Legibus et Senatusconsultis Liber, Adiunctis Legum Antiquarum...

Dictionary of Roman Law and Legislation with 24 Plates Agustin, Antonio [1517-1586]. Orsino, Fulvio [1529-1600], Editor. Lipsius, Justus [1547-1606]. De Legibus et Senatusconsultis Liber: Adiunctis Legum Antiquarum & Senatusconsultorum Fragmentis, Cum Notis Fuluii Ursini, Multo Quam Antea Emendatius, Additis Etiam Locorum Quorundam Notis: Cum Duobus Indicibus Locupletissimis: Adiectus est Iusti Lipsii Libellus de Legibus Regiis & X. Viralibus. Paris: Apud Ioannem Richerium, via Diui Ioannis Lateranensis, sub signo Arboris Virescentis, 1584. [xvi], 221, [1], 46 pp., [24] leaves of tipped-in bifolium plates (numbered [cross]1-[cross]35). Folio (14" x 9"). Contemporary limp vellum (colored green) with yapp edges, later gilt ornaments to spine, ties lacking. Rubbing to boards and extremities, some wrinkling to corners, minor worming to front board, small chip to front joint, spine ends bumped, corners worn, hinges cracked, front pastedown renewed, other endleaves lacking. Large woodcut printer device to title page, woodcut decorated initials, head-pieces and tail-pieces. Moderate toning to text, a bit heavier in places, occasional faint dampstaining, early annotations to a few leaves. An appealing copy. $1,950. * Second edition. Agustin, a Spanish cleric and jurist, was Archbishop of Tarragona. He was a leading member of the group of antiquarians in mid-sixteenth century Rome who were involved in the study of ancient Roman institutions. First published in 1583, De Legibus is a dictionary of Roman law with an emphasis on legislation. The final section, a set of plates preceded by a half-title reading Leges et Senatusconsulta Quae in Veteribus cum ex Lapide tum ex Aere Monumentis Reperiuntur, is a collection of transcribed documents. De Legibus went through four editions, the last in 1694. All editions are scarce. OCLC locates 4 copies of the second edition in North America (Emory Theological Seminary, Library of Congress, St. Louis University, University of King's College, Nova Scotia). Adams, A Catalogue of Books Printed on the Continent of Europe A2231.

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