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Decretales D. Gregorii Papae IX : suae integritati vna cum glossis restitutae

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Decretales D. Gregorii Papae IX : suae integritati vna cum glossis restitutae
Title
Decretales D. Gregorii Papae IX
Title remainder
suae integritati vna cum glossis restitutae
Creator
Contributor
Printer
Subject
Language
lat
Member of
Cataloging source
DLC
Citation location within source
p. 94
Citation source
Vichi, A.-M. G. Annali della Stamperia del Popolo Romano
Illustrations
illustrations
Index
index present
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
dictionaries
Label
Decretales D. Gregorii Papae IX : suae integritati vna cum glossis restitutae
Instantiates
Publication
Note
  • First ed. (reprinted in octavo format by the same press in 1584) of Gregory IX's decrees, printed here with the comments and tables by Ludovico Bolognini, a well-known lawyer
  • Prepared originally by Raymundus de Pennaforte and promulgated in 1234 as church law by Gregory IX, the work became part of the pre-1918 Corpus juris canonici
  • The (all-around) glosses are those originally compiled by Bernardo Bottoni (d. 1266), with later accretions by Giovanni d'Andrea and others
  • Signatures: [dagger]8 2[dagger]6 A-3P8 3Q4 *4 a-b8 c6
  • Woodcuts: device on t.p. of the Stamperia del Popolo Romano (the Roman press founded by Pope Pius IV, directed by Paolo Manuzio between 1560 and 1571, and by a consortium of printers up through 1584), featuring shield of the Roman Republic, with diagonal ribbon bearing official monogram, "S[enatus] P[opulus]Q[ue] R[omanus]" within an ornamental cartouche surmounted with a crown; below is the she-wolf of Rome suckling Romulus and Remus; three three-quarters woodcut illustrations, including genealogical trees titled "Arbor Consanguinitatis" and "Arbor Affinitatis," and woodcut of Pope Gregory IX on papal throne, bordered with 14 small portraits of the doctors of the Old and New Testaments; ornamental initials, including larger white historiated initials; tail-pieces
  • T.p. printed in red and black; text printed in red and black throughout, with text of decretal in center of page in large roman type, surrounded on all sides by commentary in smaller roman type; printed marginal notes in roman type
  • Includes Ludovico Bolognini's "Tabula concordantiae Decretalium cum Decreto" (p. 1-9) and his "Margarita Decretalium" (p. 10-42) at end
  • Includes indexes
  • This ed. not in BM STC Italian, 1465-1600, Adams, or Ascarelli, Cinquecentine romane
Dimensions
35 cm (fol.)
Extent
[27] p., 1966 columns, [9], 42, [2] p.
Lccn
97125608
Note
Spec. Coll. copy: contemporary vellum binding; five raised bands on spine; ms. spine title "Decretales"; small blue and white label at base of spine, with ms. shelf-mark. Ownership inscription on t.p.: "Ex lib. D. Abb. Laurentini Romani." Purchase, Fiammetta Soave, 1994.
Other physical details
ill. (woodcuts)
System control number
  • (OCoLC)37211471
  • ucoclc37211471
Label
Decretales D. Gregorii Papae IX : suae integritati vna cum glossis restitutae
Publication
Note
  • First ed. (reprinted in octavo format by the same press in 1584) of Gregory IX's decrees, printed here with the comments and tables by Ludovico Bolognini, a well-known lawyer
  • Prepared originally by Raymundus de Pennaforte and promulgated in 1234 as church law by Gregory IX, the work became part of the pre-1918 Corpus juris canonici
  • The (all-around) glosses are those originally compiled by Bernardo Bottoni (d. 1266), with later accretions by Giovanni d'Andrea and others
  • Signatures: [dagger]8 2[dagger]6 A-3P8 3Q4 *4 a-b8 c6
  • Woodcuts: device on t.p. of the Stamperia del Popolo Romano (the Roman press founded by Pope Pius IV, directed by Paolo Manuzio between 1560 and 1571, and by a consortium of printers up through 1584), featuring shield of the Roman Republic, with diagonal ribbon bearing official monogram, "S[enatus] P[opulus]Q[ue] R[omanus]" within an ornamental cartouche surmounted with a crown; below is the she-wolf of Rome suckling Romulus and Remus; three three-quarters woodcut illustrations, including genealogical trees titled "Arbor Consanguinitatis" and "Arbor Affinitatis," and woodcut of Pope Gregory IX on papal throne, bordered with 14 small portraits of the doctors of the Old and New Testaments; ornamental initials, including larger white historiated initials; tail-pieces
  • T.p. printed in red and black; text printed in red and black throughout, with text of decretal in center of page in large roman type, surrounded on all sides by commentary in smaller roman type; printed marginal notes in roman type
  • Includes Ludovico Bolognini's "Tabula concordantiae Decretalium cum Decreto" (p. 1-9) and his "Margarita Decretalium" (p. 10-42) at end
  • Includes indexes
  • This ed. not in BM STC Italian, 1465-1600, Adams, or Ascarelli, Cinquecentine romane
Dimensions
35 cm (fol.)
Extent
[27] p., 1966 columns, [9], 42, [2] p.
Lccn
97125608
Note
Spec. Coll. copy: contemporary vellum binding; five raised bands on spine; ms. spine title "Decretales"; small blue and white label at base of spine, with ms. shelf-mark. Ownership inscription on t.p.: "Ex lib. D. Abb. Laurentini Romani." Purchase, Fiammetta Soave, 1994.
Other physical details
ill. (woodcuts)
System control number
  • (OCoLC)37211471
  • ucoclc37211471

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