Book #71534
Electissime ac Exuperantissime Pluriu[m][que] Fructuu[m] Feraces. Canon Law.
Electissime ac Exuperantissime Pluriu[m][que] Fructuu[m] Feraces...
Electissime ac Exuperantissime Pluriu[m][que] Fructuu[m] Feraces...
Electissime ac Exuperantissime Pluriu[m][que] Fructuu[m] Feraces...
Electissime ac Exuperantissime Pluriu[m][que] Fructuu[m] Feraces...
Electissime ac Exuperantissime Pluriu[m][que] Fructuu[m] Feraces...
Electissime ac Exuperantissime Pluriu[m][que] Fructuu[m] Feraces...
Electissime ac Exuperantissime Pluriu[m][que] Fructuu[m] Feraces...
Electissime ac Exuperantissime Pluriu[m][que] Fructuu[m] Feraces...
Electissime ac Exuperantissime Pluriu[m][que] Fructuu[m] Feraces...

Electissime ac Exuperantissime Pluriu[m][que] Fructuu[m] Feraces...

An Important Post-Incunable Anthology of Writings on Canon Law [Canon Law]. [Repetitiones Totius Juris Canonici Capitulorum]. Electissime ac Exuperantissime Pluriu[m][que] Fructuu[m] Feraces Repetitiones Excelle[n]tio[rum] Totius Iuris Canonici Capituloru[m]: ab Illustribus Etia[m] Novissimis Elaborate ac Promulgate Auctoribus. [Paris]: Venundantur Autem hec Repetitiones in Vico Sancti Iacobi in Intersignio Lupi Apud Poncetu[m] Le Preux Expensis Cuius Fuerunt Impresse, [not before 1512]. [xiv], ccl [i.e. 252]; cxi, [1] ff. Two parts. Collation: A8, B6, a-p8, q4, r6, s-z8, [et]8, [2nd]A8, 2b-2g8, 2h4, 2i6, [3rd]A-O8, C-O8 (B2 signed B4, r2 signed s2, 2i2 signed 2i, [3rd]A2 signed a2). Text in parallel columns. Quarto (8" x 5-3/4"). Contemporary half-pigskin with elaborate blind tooling over wooden boards, raised bands and early library location numbers to spine, bronze clasps with pigksin straps. Light soiling, a few worm holes to boards, moderate rubbing to extremities. Title page printed in red and black. Light to moderate toning, first signature loose and lightly edgeworn, some worming to pastedowns and endleaves, a few wormholes through text block, and short wormtrack to final four leaves of text, with no loss to legibility, negligible dampstaining to margins of a few leaves. $15,000. * Only edition. Probably compiled by the publisher, this is a collection of jurisprudential writings on principal topics of canon law by Johannes Andreae, Arnaldus de Solerio, Etienne Aufreri, Andrea Barbazza, Gaspare Calderini, Giovanni Calderini, Giovanni Crotti, Paoli Liazari, Egidio Mandelberto, Lucio Paolo Roselli, Mariano Soccini (the elder), Niccolo Tedeschi and Pietro delle Ubaldi. It is similar in style to the Digest from the Corpus Juris Civilis. This book was originally believed to have been printed around 1498, which is why it was included in bibliographies of incunabula, Poncet Le Preux, identified as its publisher, was active in Paris from 1498 to 1559. Though he began to print books in 1498, he was not recorded as a publisher before 1507. He moved to the address mentioned in the imprint, "in Vico Sancti Iacobi in Intersignio Lupi," in 1512. OCLC locates 8 copies of this imprint, 1 in North America (Folger Shakespeare Library). Goff,

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