Three Primary Volumes of Canon Law Boniface VIII [1235-1303], Pope. John XXII [1244-1334], Pope. [d'Andrea, Giovanni [c.1270-1348], Glosses]. Liber Sextus Decretalium D. Bonifacii Papae VIII, Suae Integritati una cum Clementinis & Extravagantibus, Restitutus; & Notis Passim glossulisq[ue] Doctissimorum Virorum Locupletatus & Illustratus. Frankfurt: Excudebat Ioannes Wechelus, impensis Sigismundi Feyrabendii, Henrici Thacquii & Petri Vischeri, 1586. [xvi], 622,  pp. [Bound With] Clement V [1264-1314], Pope [and Other Popes]. Matthieu, Pierre [1563-1621], Compiler. Septimus Decretalium Constitutionum Apostolicarum post Sextum, Clementinas & Extravagantes Usque in Hodiernum Diem Editarum, Continuatio Universi Corporis Canonici Libris, Titulis & Canonibus Accurata Locorum & Materiarum Distinctione Respondens. Opus Novum & Necessarium. Additus Etiam Index est Germinus, Unus Titulorum, Alter Rerum & Verborum in Primis Memorabilium. Frankfurt: [H. Tackii & P. Fischeri], 1590. [xxiv], 655,  pp. Contemporary paneled pigskin, raised bands to spine, clasps lacking, buckles present, colored edges. A few minor worm holes, rubbing with wear to rear board and extremities, heavier wear to spine, which has exposed cords, a few small pieces missing between the cords, and chipping to spine ends, front board beginning to separate, but secure, a few cracks to text block, tiny shelf label (?) to front pastedown. Moderate toning, faint dampspotting in places, early underlining in a few places, lower corners removed from title pages with no loss to text. $1,500. * This volume collects three books from the Corpus Juris Canonici, a collective title first used in 1441: the Liber Sextus of Boniface VIII (1298), the Liber Septimus Decretalium, better known as the Constitutiones Clementis V, or Clementinae of Clement V (1317) and the Extravagantes of John XXII (1325). All of these texts were edited in 1582 in response to the reforms authorized by the Council of Trent. In this form the Corpus Juris Canonici remained in force until it was replaced in 1917 by the Codex Juris Canonici. Though often catalogued independently, our volumes are part of an edition of the Corpus Juris Canonici published by Feyerabend, Dack and Fischer between 1586 and 1590. Ve.
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