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Item #79000 Lexicon Iuridicum: Hoc Est, Iuris Civilis et Canonici, Geneva, 1607. Jacob Stoer, Attributed.
Lexicon Iuridicum: Hoc Est, Iuris Civilis et Canonici, Geneva, 1607.
Lexicon Iuridicum: Hoc Est, Iuris Civilis et Canonici, Geneva, 1607.
Lexicon Iuridicum: Hoc Est, Iuris Civilis et Canonici, Geneva, 1607.
Lexicon Iuridicum: Hoc Est, Iuris Civilis et Canonici, Geneva, 1607.
Lexicon Iuridicum: Hoc Est, Iuris Civilis et Canonici, Geneva, 1607.
Lexicon Iuridicum: Hoc Est, Iuris Civilis et Canonici, Geneva, 1607.
Lexicon Iuridicum: Hoc Est, Iuris Civilis et Canonici, Geneva, 1607.
Lexicon Iuridicum: Hoc Est, Iuris Civilis et Canonici, Geneva, 1607.
Lexicon Iuridicum: Hoc Est, Iuris Civilis et Canonici, Geneva, 1607.
Lexicon Iuridicum: Hoc Est, Iuris Civilis et Canonici, Geneva, 1607.

Lexicon Iuridicum: Hoc Est, Iuris Civilis et Canonici, Geneva, 1607.

Notable Dictionary of Roman and Canon Law [Stoer, Jacob, Attributed]. Lexicon Iuridicum: Hoc Est, Iuris Civilis et Canonici in Schola Atque Soro Vsitatarum Vocum Penus. Ex Antiquis & Recentioribus Iurisconsultis ac Lexicographis, Praecipue ex Brissonii, Hotmani, & Prateii Lexicis, Item ex Cviacii Observationibvs & Commentariis ita Constructum, Vi ei Nehil Demi, Nihil Addi, Quod sit Necessarium, Posse Videatur. Accessit Legum Populi Romani Copiosus Index. Geneva: Excudebat Iacobus Stoer, 1607. [xvi], 1121 (i.e. 1117), [3] pp. Final leaf blank. Main text in parallel columns. Octavo (7" x 4-1/4"). Contemporary vellum, hand-lettered title to spine, edges rouged. Light soiling to exterior, light rubbing to extremities, spine ends and corners bumped, front pastedown loosening, rear pastedown loose. Title page printed in red and black. Attractive woodcut printer device, head-piece and initials. Light toning, internally clean, small tear to top-edge of leaf r2 (pp. 259-260) affecting headline and first line of text without loss to legibility, early annotations and owner signature (Caroli Le Celne) to title page. An attractive copy of a scarce and important title. $3,000. * Third edition. This useful dictionary was issued in 1594 and reprinted in 1599, 1607 and 1615. Attributed sometimes to Barnabe Brisson, it was probably compiled by the publisher, Jacob Stoer. It is a carefully edited text with a critical introduction and notes. The compiler also lists the primary and secondary sources he consulted while compiling this work. It includes such authors as Alciati, Aristotle, Bartolus, Brisson, Gaius, Gratian, Hotman, Plato and Ulpian and such texts as the Twelve Tables, the Code, Digest and Novels of Justinian and the Decretals of Gregory IX. All editions are scarce. OCLC locates 5 copies of the 1607 edition in North America (Harvard Law School, UC-Berkeley Law School, University of Chicago, University of Madison-Wisconsin, University of Texas Law School). Universal Short-Title Catalogue 6700320.

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