Titulorum omnium juris tam civilis, quam canonici expositiones, Sebastiano Brant. I.V. Doctore celeberrimo, Autore. His accessit Modus studendi in utroque iure per loannem Baptistam Caccialupum. Omnia ad vetustorum exemplarium sidem nune ultimum diligentissime repurgata: adiectis insuper ad singulos Titulos suis numeris.
Lugduni [i.e. Leiden]. Apud Haeredes Gulielmi Rouillii, 1619.
8vo. 469pp, . Contemporary vellum, title in manuscript to spine. Extremities rubbed and soiled. Ink inscriptions and annotations to recto of FFEP and title, slight loss to top of title with red and green ink marks to margins, all leaves toned and foxed, lower hinge cracked, loss to blank REP.
Sebastian Brant (1457-1496), German humanist and jurist, and latterly imperial counsellor and assessor to the imperial chamber under Holy Roman Emperor Maximilian I. The present work derives from Brant's doctoral studies at the university of Basel and concerns interpretations of civil and canon law, aiming to serve as an introductory textbook for those entering legal academia.£ 250.00 Antiquates Ref: 12190