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Justinian; Godefroy, Denis

Published by Francofurti ad moenum (1663)

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Item Description: Francofurti ad moenum, 1663. Leather. Book Condition: Fair condition. Quarto, Old Binding with old tape repairs to exterior. Joints split, but still solid. Woodcut title-page printer device, head-pieces, tail-pieces and decorated initials. Commissioned by the Emperor Justinian in 530 CE, the body of writings known collectively as the Corpus Juris Civilis preserved and restated all existing Roman law. Compiled in three years under the direction of Tribonium, it was both a critical restatement of earlier law and jurisprudential writings and a complete collection of recent legislation. It is divided into four books, the Institutes, Digest, Code and Novels. The Code contains the laws in force during Justinian's reign. Bookseller Inventory # 025025

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JUSTINIAN, Godefroy, Denis; Leconte, Antoine; Cuias, Jacob; Brosse, Pierre

Published by Theodorus de Juges, Aureliae (1625)

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Item Description: Theodorus de Juges, Aureliae, 1625. Hard Cover. Book Condition: Very Good. VOLUME I (Title cont.) de pace Constantiae, cum commentariis Accursii: Ac Contii, Dionysii Gothofredi.quibus.accessere Jacobi Cuiacii.notae.observationes.etemendationes.necnon remissiones Petri Brossei. PART I:(26) p., 330 columns.(6) p.,648 columns, (16),p., 251 columns, PART II: Institutionum, sive Primorum totius jurisprudentiae elementorum libri quatuor, Dn. Justiniani.authoritate jussuque Compositi, Commentariis Accursii, Contii, Dionysii Gothofredi.accesserunt Jacobi Cuiacii.notae solennes, observationes & emendationes.Cum remissionibus Petri Brassei. (12) p., 614 columns, (30) p. VOLUME II: Infortiatum Seu Pandectarum Juris Civilis. Tomus Secumdus ex Pnadectis.Commentariis Accursii Illustratus praeter.(2) p., 2088 columns. Two VolumeS (15" x 10") Full Leather, elaborate gilt designs in spine compartments. Piece misssing top & bottom of spines, age-toning & foxing. Sewing firm. text complete. Red & Black Title Pages with vignettes.Bookplate of Comitis de Courten (Brupacher Fecit 1773) Size: Folio - over 12" - 15" tall. Bookseller Inventory # 20212

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Justinian; Godefroy, Denis

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Item Description: 1663. Uncommon Large-Paper Edition of the Code and Related Works with Important Notes by Denis Godefroy Justinian I [483-565 CE], Emperor of the East. Godefroy, Denis [1549-1622], Editor and Annotator. Codicis Dn. Justiniani Sacratissimi Principis PP. Aug. Repetitae Praelectionis Libri XII. Postrema Editio Prioribus Auctior et Emendatior. Frankfurt: Sumptibus Societis. Imprimebat Hieronymus Polichius, 1663. [xvi] pp., 1024 cols., [4] pp., 456 cols., [13] pp., 78 cols., [2] pp., 282 cols. Folio (14" x 9"). Contemporary mottled calf, gilt spine with raised bands and lettering piece. Moderate rubbing with wear to extremities, chipping to spine ends, front board just beginning to separate but still secure. Large woodcut printer device, head-pieces, tail-pieces and decorated initials. Faint dampstaining to head of text block, light foxing and browning to portions of text, internally clean. $500. * Large-paper edition. Includes the Authenticae; Seu, Novellae Constitutiones, Feudorum Consuetudines, Constitutiones Friderici II. Imp. Extravagantes, Liber de Pace Constantiae, Epitome Feudorum and related writings and notes by Godefroy. Commissioned by the Emperor Justinian in 530 CE, the body of writings known collectively as the Corpus Juris Civilis preserved and restated all existing Roman law. Compiled in three years under the direction of Tribonium, it was both a critical restatement of earlier law and jurisprudential writings and a complete collection of recent legislation. It is divided into four books, the Institutes, Digest, Code and Novels. The Code contains the laws in force during Justinian's reign. It is divided into 12 books. Book 1 deals with ecclesiastical law, the sources of law, and the duties of high officials. Books 2-8 deal with private law. Book 9 deals with criminal law. Books 10-12 deal with administrative law. It received a great deal of commentary during the medieval and early modern eras. That of Denis Godefroy was influential well into the twentieth century. Godefroy was a jurist, humanist, historian, scholar of Roman law and professor at the Universities of Geneva and Heidelberg. He was also the first to apply the collective name Corpus Juris Civilis to Justinian's works. KVK locates 5 copies of thi. Bookseller Inventory # 52475

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Item Description: Frankfurt, Wust, 1688. 39 Bll., 18 SS., 19 - 130, 1872 Spalten; 7 Bll., 1024 Spalten; 4 Bll., 456 Spalten; 6 Bll., 78 Spalten; 1 Bl., 282 Spalten. Mit gest. Porträt Kaiser Leopold I., gest. Kupfertitel und Holzschnittdruckermarke a.d. Titelblatt. 4°. Blindgepr. Schweinslederband auf 5 Bünde. VD 17, 1:13029E. - vgl. Spangenberg 467. - Stintzing-L. I, 387. - Berühmter spätbarocker Raubdruck von Denis Godefroys (1549-1622) Ausgabe des CIC (der "Littera Gothofrediana"): Institutionen, Digesten, Codex Iustitianus, Novellen; ferner ein Anhang mit zahlreichen Beigaben (Zwölftafelgesetz, Institutionen des Caius, Consuetudines feudorum etc.). Folgt der hochgelobten Amsterdamer van Leeuwnschen Ausgabe von 1663, jedoch im handlicheren Quartformat. Unter den neueren CIC-Ausgaben stellt dieser Nachdruck "das beste aller handlichen Hilfsmittel zur neueren Dogmengeschichte dar; auch dem heutigen Erforscher des antiken Rechts leistet sie nützliche Hilfe" (Troje). Angereichert wurde die Edition mit den Noten des bedeutenden Juristen Frans Maulde (Franciscus Modius, 1556-99). - Besitzvermerk von alter Hand a.d. Vorsatz u.d. Titelblatt, stellenweise an den Rändern etwas braun- oder leicht wasserfleckig, vereinzelte Marginalien von alter Hand, wenige kleine Eckausrisse, mit mehreren kleineren Ausschnitten im rechten weissen Rand (vermutlich Vorarbeiten für Blattweiser?), mit handschriftlichen Index aus der Zeit a.d. hinteren Vorsatzblatt, Ecken bestoßen, winzige Fehlstelle am unteren Kapital, Kanten leicht berieben, der Einband altersgemäß fleckig, insgesamt schöner Druck, einer der letzten großen Editionen des Corpus iuris civilis. Bookseller Inventory # 39723

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