A Handsome Collection of Texts from the Corpus Juris Civilis Justinian I [483-565 CE], Emperor of the East. [Mameranus, Nicolaus (1500-1567)], Editor. [Ubaldi, Angelo Degli (d.1492?)], Commentary. [Ubaldi, Baldus degli (1327?-1400)], Commentary. [Bartolo of Sassoferrato (1313-1357)], Commentary. Imperatoris Iustiniani Sacratissimi Principis, Volumen Legum, Quod Vocant, Totius Iuris Civilis, Velut Colophon ac Co[m]pleme[n]tum, Ad Doctorum Virorum Adnotationes, Antiquoru[m]q[ue]; Codicu[m] Collationem, Recens Quam Fieri Potuit Diligenter & Accurate Recognitum, inq[ue]; Quam Antehac Ordinem Expeditiorem Repositu[m], Que Admodum Proxime Annexa Indicabit Pagina, Summarie Eius Rei Rationem Perstringens. Tres Postremi Libri Codicis, Scilicet Decimus, Undecimus, Duodecimus. Authe[n]ticorum Liber, In Novem Collationes Distinctus. Liber Feudorum, Qui a Nonullis Collatio Decima Dicitur. Extravagantes Duae Henrici Septimi, Imperatoris, Quas Nonnulli Undecimam Collationem Appellant. Constitutiones Friderichi Secundi, Imperatoris. Tractatus de Pace Constantiae. Canones Sanctorum Apostolorum. Paris: Apud Claudium Chevallonium, 1536. [xvi], 296 pp. Octavo (6-3/4" x 4-1/4"). Contemporary elaborately blind-tooled paneled vellum, beveled edges, raised bands and fragment of small early shelf label to spine, brass crasps. Light soiling and a few worm holes to boards, light rubbing to extremities, corners and spine ends bumped, early annotation, probably a shelf number, in small early hand to front pastedown. Attractive woodcut and metal-cut initials throughout. Moderate toning, some worm holes to pastedown and text block (with no loss to legibility. A handsome copy. $4,500. * Only edition. Intended for state officials, this book contains the following selections from the Corpus Juris Civilis: the Authentica, a portion of the Novels that was believed to be a set of laws intended for Italy, and the final three books of the Code, the legal system established by Justinian. These deal with aspects of administrative law. It also has three texts often included in early editions of the Corpus Juris Civils: the Consuetudines Feudorum, an institute of feudal law compiled around 1170 under the direction of Holy Rom.
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