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About this Item: Wittenberg, Henckel, 1675. geheftet, ohne Einband. Condition: gut. 47 Bl., 18 x 15,5 cm, ornamentaler Anfangbuchstabe, deutsche Passagen, Name unterstrichen, papierbedingt gebräunt, leicht stockfleckig. Ziegler (1621-1690) war Jurist, Dichter und Komponist. Sein Leichnam wurde in der Wittenberger Schlosskirche beigesetzt. Sprache: lat Erstausgabe. Seller Inventory # 2021-059

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Ziegler, Kaspar

Published by Röhner, Wittenberg (1658)

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About this Item: Röhner, Wittenberg, 1658. First Edition. 4°, [40] pp. First edition. Kaspar Ziegler, studied against his inclinations first theology -- as his father wished -- in Wittenberg and Leipzig. From 1652 he studied law and shortly after his promotion, he was accepted at the University of Wittenberg as professor. In 1662 he became full professor (Ordinariat). From this time onwards he was successfull as teacher, scientist and judge.This work is about Jurisdiction. It is divided in 39 chapters, each deels on special aspects. He quotes Carpzov, Johannes Limnäus and Zasius. Extremely rare, VD17 12:142669 W, no copy in USA and not listed in NUC. Seller Inventory # 208252

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Ziegler, Kaspar

Published by Henckel, Wittenberg (1689)

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About this Item: Henckel, Wittenberg, 1689. First Edition. 19 cm, [28] pp., unbound. some browning.The respondent is Konrad Henrich Overlach. Kaspar Ziegler, studied against his inclinations first theology -- as his father wished -- in Wittenberg and Leipzig. From 1652 he studied law and shortly after his promotion, he was accepted at the University of Wittenberg as professor. In 1662 he bacame full professor (Ordinariat).From this time onwards he was successfull as teacher, scientist and judge. Ziegler had connections through his correspondence with the important personalities of his time. His legal works express his many sidedness and clear thinking. Ziegler is well known for his ' Tractatus de Juribus Majestatis' and also for ' De Juribus Judaeorum, Vom Jueden=Recht.' In the 'De Torturis' Ziegler states that it depends on the severity of a crime whether torture can be applied. "Erstlich soll ein jeglicher Richter bedencken / ob die Sache / darum gefragt werden soll / groß oder klein / dann die Frage wird härter in einer peinlichen / grossen schweren Sache / dann in einer kleinen und leichten gebraucht / und schwerer wird gefragt um Todtschlag / dann in Dieberey. ." (f. B3.) Ziegler lists several circumstances where torture is not allowed, children under fourteen, pregnant women, soldieres, nobel people (viri clarissimi, nobiles) etc. He further states:" Non potest torqveri reus jam convictus." Rare. VD17 1:011342X. Seller Inventory # 211088

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Ziegler, Kaspar

Published by Henckel, Wittenberg (1682)

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About this Item: Henckel, Wittenberg, 1682. First Edition. 4to, [34] p., 190 x 160 mm, unbound. First edition. Some Greek and German insertions.Kaspar Ziegler, studied against his inclinations first theology -- as his father wished -- in Wittenberg and Leipzig. From 1652 he studied law and shortly after his promotion, he was accepted at the University of Wittenberg as professor. In 1662 he bacame full professor (Ordinariat). From this time onwards he was successfull as teacher, scientist and judge. Ziegler had connections through his correspondence with the important personalities of his time. His legal works express his many sidedness and clear thinking. Ziegler is well known for his Tractatus de Juribus Majestatis and also for De Juribus Judaeorum, Vom Jueden=Recht, in which he investigates the various forms of "Judeneid"oath", which have been obligatory in the different German states. The present work is on administrative law. The Respondent is Constantin Ziegra. Ziegler refers to his work "Tractatus de Juribus Majestatis", and a.o. to Grotius and Carpzov. Rare, not in NUC, VD17: 12:158851U. History of Law. Seller Inventory # 204606

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