A Distinguished Commentary on Maxims and Phrases in the Liber Sextus Decretalium Dinus de Mugello [1254-c.1300]. Bohier, Nicolas de [1469-1539]. Du Moulin, Charles [1500-1566]. Dynus de Regulis Juris, Commentarius Mirabilis Super Titulo De Regulis Iuris Praecipui Sui Seculi Iurisconsulti Do. Dyni Muxellani Insignis I.U. Doctoris: Multo Plus Quam Unquam Annotationibus Auctus, & Recognitus: Ubi Praeter Do. Nicolai Boerij, & Et Celsi Hugonis Cabilonen[sic] Additiones Multa Novissime per Doctorem Anonymum Sunt Addita, Pleraq[ue] Depravata in hac Ultima Impressione Restituta, & Omnia cum Repertorio Castigatissimo ad Unguem & Feliciter Emendata. Lyons: Venundantur Lugduni per Jacobum Giuncti, 1533. cxxxii,  ff. Main text in parallel columns with linear annotations. Octavo (6" x 4"). Recent calf, blank lettering piece to spine, endpapers renewed. Moderate rubbing to extremities, corners bumped, front hinge starting, a few cracks to text block, later armorial bookplate (of George Baron Ferrers of Chartley) to front endleaf. Title page, with large woodcut Giunta device, printed in red and black within woodcut architectural border, woodcut decorated initials, woodcut colophon. Moderate toning, occasional faint dampstaining, minor edgewear to a few leaves, worming to final leaves with minor loss to text of final two leaves. Early annotations to margins of sixty-three leaves, some affected slightly by trimming. A scarce title. $1,650. * Dinus's distinguished commentary on De Regulis Juris, a collection of 88 maxims and phrases in Book 5, Title 12 of the Liber Sextus Decretalium, was first published around 1472. It went through several editions into the sixteenth century. Each Regula is followed by Dinus's commentary. The additions and commentary by Bohier and Moulin flanks or surrounds the main text. This edition, identical to editions published in Lyon in 1533 by Jacques Myt and in 1535 by Giunta, is not listed in Adams, Baudrier or the Universal Short-Title Catalogue. No copies of this imprint located on OCLC.
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