Corpus Iuris Canonici Notis Illustratum, Gregorii XIII... 2 vols.
With Contemporary Annotations by a French Scholar [Corpus Juris Canonici]. Naldi, Antonio [d.1645], Editor. Lancellotti, Giovanni Paolo [1522-1590]. Corpus Iuris Canonici Notis Illustratum: Gregorii XIII. Iussu Editum: Complectens Decretum Gratiani, Decretales Gregorii Papae IX., Sextum Decretalium Bonifacii Papae VIII., Clementinas, Extravagantes Ioannis Papae XXII., Extravagantes Communes. Accesserunt Constitutiones Novae Summorum Pontificum Nunquam Antea Editae, Quae VII. Decretalium Loco Esse Possint, Annotationes Ant. Naldi, Cum Addit. Novis, Et Quae in Plerisque Editionibus Desiderabantur, Petri Lancelotti Institutiones Iuris Canonici; Regulae Cancellariae Apostolicae; Cum Indicibus, &c. De Quibus Singulis Lector Consulet Paginam Praefationi Praefixam. Lyon: Sumptibus Laurentii Anisson, 1661. Two volumes. [lviv] pp., 1264 (of 1272) cols; [xx] pp., 752 cols.,  pp., 406 cols.,  pp., 158 cols.,  pp., 256 cols,  pp., 98 cols.,  pp. Final two leaves of Volume I lacking. Main text in parallel columns. Quarto (9-1/2" x 7-1/4"). Contemporary calf, gilt spines with raised bands and lettering pieces, marbled edges and endpapers. Moderate rubbing and a few scuffs to boards, heavier rubbing to extremities with wear to spine ends and corners, front boards detached. Title pages printed in red and black. Moderate toning and occasional light foxing to text, inkstains to a few leaves, contemporary manuscript thumb-tabs, extensive contemporary annotations to front endleaves, occasional brief annotations throughout both volumes, struck-through signatures to title pages. $1,750. * This complete edition of the Corpus Juris Canonici edited by Naldi is based on the Correctores Romani, the official version in force from 1580 to 1917. It includes a related text: Lancellotti's Institutiones Iuris Canonici, an elementary textbook. This copy was annotated in French by a teacher, most likely for use in the classroom. They appear to be related to a course on canon law. The notes on the front endleaves of Volume I, which contain general information about the Corpus Juris Canonici, have the heading "Notes Preliminaires a la lecture du droit canon." Most of the annotations are dates for specific decrees, such as "10 Juillet 511" and cross-references, such as "555=560." There are also some corrections an.
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