Book #76153
Item #76153 Tractatus Juridicus de Jure Matrimoniali Principum Aeque. Johannes Franz Gentilott von Engelsbrunn.
Tractatus Juridicus de Jure Matrimoniali Principum Aeque...
Tractatus Juridicus de Jure Matrimoniali Principum Aeque...
Tractatus Juridicus de Jure Matrimoniali Principum Aeque...
Tractatus Juridicus de Jure Matrimoniali Principum Aeque...
Tractatus Juridicus de Jure Matrimoniali Principum Aeque...
Tractatus Juridicus de Jure Matrimoniali Principum Aeque...
Tractatus Juridicus de Jure Matrimoniali Principum Aeque...
Tractatus Juridicus de Jure Matrimoniali Principum Aeque...
Tractatus Juridicus de Jure Matrimoniali Principum Aeque...
Tractatus Juridicus de Jure Matrimoniali Principum Aeque...

Tractatus Juridicus de Jure Matrimoniali Principum Aeque...

A Rare Seventeenth-Century Study of Marriage Law Gentilott von Engelsbrunn, Johannes Franz. Tractatus Juridicus de Jure Matrimoniali, Principum Aeque, Ac Privatorum, Juxta Ordinem Titulorum Libri IV. Decretalium Gregorii IX. P.M. Scientifica Methodo Concinnatus, Ac Sub Auspiciis Josephi I. Romanarum, & Hun-Gariae Regis, &c. &c. &c. In Alma & Archi-Episcopali Univeritate Salisburgensi Praeside P. Roberto Konig Ordinis S. Benedicti in Monasterio Garstensi Superioris Austriae Professo, J.U.D. Celsiss. Ac Reverendiss. Principis, & Archi-Episcopi Salisburgensis &c. &c. Consiliario Ecclesiastico, SS. Canonum Professore Ordinario. Post Superatum ex Utroque Jure Rigorosum Tentamen, & Examen Publicae Disputationi Expositus A Joanne Francisco Gentilott Ab Engelsbrunn, Ordinis Equestris, Tridentino, Ex Collegio Lodronio Mariano. Die 31. Augusti. Anno M. DC. XCIV. Salzburg: Typis Joannis Baptistae Mayr, 1694. [xxxii], 559, [1] pp. Quarto (7-3/4" x 5-1/2"). Contemporary paneled pigskin, brass clasps to fore-edges, raised bands, faint early hand-lettered title to spine, edges colored green. Light soiling and a few small faint spots and stains to boards, light rubbing to extremities, light wear to raised bands, spine ends and corners, small faint dampstains to head of text block, front hinge starting, a few small wormholes to rear pastedowns, early manuscript index to endleaves. Moderate toning to interior, occasional light foxing. A nice copy of a rare title. $1,500. * Only edition, one of two issues, the other issued the same year as a folio. Submitted as an academic thesis, this work is a detailed commentary on the sections on matrimonial law in Book IV of the Decretals of Gregory IX, one of the four works known collectively as the Corpus Juris Canonici. Among the topics discussed are marriage contracts, child marriage, bigamy, consanguinity and reasons for annulment, such as non-consummation. Unlike the typical thesis of the era, which is brief and confined to a single, well-defined topic, this work is broad and comprehensive. OCLC locates 11 copies, 2 in North America (Harvard Law School, University of Alberta). Das Verzeichnis der im Deutschen Sprachraum Erschienenen Drucke des 17. Jahrhunderts 12:170216V.

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