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The Resource Institutiones imperiales : cum casibus longis ad hunc die[m] non visis pro faciliori iuuenu[m] eruditione singulis titulo[rum] paragraphis prout re ipsa contingere potuerunt adcoaptatis : feliciter incipiunt ..

Institutiones imperiales : cum casibus longis ad hunc die[m] non visis pro faciliori iuuenu[m] eruditione singulis titulo[rum] paragraphis prout re ipsa contingere potuerunt adcoaptatis : feliciter incipiunt ..

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Institutiones imperiales : cum casibus longis ad hunc die[m] non visis pro faciliori iuuenu[m] eruditione singulis titulo[rum] paragraphis prout re ipsa contingere potuerunt adcoaptatis : feliciter incipiunt ..
Title
Institutiones imperiales
Title remainder
cum casibus longis ad hunc die[m] non visis pro faciliori iuuenu[m] eruditione singulis titulo[rum] paragraphis prout re ipsa contingere potuerunt adcoaptatis : feliciter incipiunt ..
Title variation
Institutiones imperiales recognite
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Contributor
Former owner
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Subject
Genre
Language
lat
Summary
Institutiones is one of the four books of the Corpus juris civilis, a collection of the fundamental works of jurisprudence issued by order of the Byzantine emperor, Justinian I. Institutiones, compiled by Theophilus and Dorotheus, is a student textbook on civil law, arranged in four books, and used to train jurists
Cataloging source
DLC
Citation location within source
  • p. 561
  • no. 3724
Citation source
  • BM STC Italian, 1465-1600
  • Sander
Illustrations
illustrations
Index
index present
LC call number
KJA 1082.2
LC item number
1522
Literary form
non fiction
Label
Institutiones imperiales : cum casibus longis ad hunc die[m] non visis pro faciliori iuuenu[m] eruditione singulis titulo[rum] paragraphis prout re ipsa contingere potuerunt adcoaptatis : feliciter incipiunt ..
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Publication
Note
  • Remainder of t.p.: "Ordinate glosis textuales diuisiones habentur. Datescit grecum vtile cum expositione succincta. Uniuersi tituli alphabetico ordine ponuntur faciliori stilo q[uamque] prius. Summaria rubrica reuisa multis adiectis sunt textibus immixta & suis locis reistituta. Orbibus varijs vallata ciuilis arbor hic exarantur, cu[m] declaratione sua facili. Plurima & textuus & glosarum turpis menda expurgatur vt intuenti patebit. Tituli [con]tinuatio[n]e patenti reddunt[ur] clari atq[ue] faciles. Inuolute materie nectuntur tabula singulari. Medulle glosaru[m] o[mn]ibus in marginibus sunt extracte. Versibus rubrice iuris Cesarei leguntur aperte si discrete discernuntur. Multiplices bone glose plerisq[ue] locis sunt apposite a precipuis doctoribus extracte. Valbe fructifere sunt additiones nouiter adiuncte. Addita est in super prioribus impressionibus tabula fecu[n]da paragrapho[rum] stude[n]tibus perq[ue] necessaria."
  • Imprint from colophon
  • Printed in small gothic type, in two columns, in red and black; text in red and black in center of page in larger type, surrounded on four sides by Accursius' commentary in smaller type; shoulder notes; printed fists
  • Woodcuts: title-page within four-panel border of leaves and flowers; white floriated initials; 22 vignettes illustrating text throughout, and one full-page diagram of the Arbor consanguinitatis, a genealogical tree showing degrees of consanguinity; Scotto's device last page (a circle, monogrammed "O.S.M.", and surmounted by a double cross, within a rectangular panel decorated with acanthus leaves and vines)
  • Signatures: 2a-2c8 2d6 a-z8 [et]8 [con]8 [rum]8 A-V8 X10
  • Includes indexes
Dimensions
17 cm. (8vo)
Extent
[30], 375 [i.e. 377], [1] leaves
Lccn
98105410
Note
Spec. Coll. copy: contemporary dark brown calf, rebacked; blind-rolled panel on upper and lower covers, with cornerpieces, four floral ornaments, and centerpiece also stamped in blind. Binding recinforced with strips of vellum ms. waste, with text in brown ink in an early hand. Miscellaneous ms. notes throughout; large shelf-mark stamped in purple on front pastedown. Ownership stamp "Verein für Geschichte d. Deutschen in Böhmen" on several pages. In modern beige cloth and brown leather clamshell box; gold-stamped box title "Institutiones imperiales. Justinian. 1522". Purchase, A. Sokol, 1988.
Other physical details
ill. (woodcuts)
System control number
  • (OCoLC)38270926
  • ucoclc38270926
Label
Institutiones imperiales : cum casibus longis ad hunc die[m] non visis pro faciliori iuuenu[m] eruditione singulis titulo[rum] paragraphis prout re ipsa contingere potuerunt adcoaptatis : feliciter incipiunt ..
Publication
Note
  • Remainder of t.p.: "Ordinate glosis textuales diuisiones habentur. Datescit grecum vtile cum expositione succincta. Uniuersi tituli alphabetico ordine ponuntur faciliori stilo q[uamque] prius. Summaria rubrica reuisa multis adiectis sunt textibus immixta & suis locis reistituta. Orbibus varijs vallata ciuilis arbor hic exarantur, cu[m] declaratione sua facili. Plurima & textuus & glosarum turpis menda expurgatur vt intuenti patebit. Tituli [con]tinuatio[n]e patenti reddunt[ur] clari atq[ue] faciles. Inuolute materie nectuntur tabula singulari. Medulle glosaru[m] o[mn]ibus in marginibus sunt extracte. Versibus rubrice iuris Cesarei leguntur aperte si discrete discernuntur. Multiplices bone glose plerisq[ue] locis sunt apposite a precipuis doctoribus extracte. Valbe fructifere sunt additiones nouiter adiuncte. Addita est in super prioribus impressionibus tabula fecu[n]da paragrapho[rum] stude[n]tibus perq[ue] necessaria."
  • Imprint from colophon
  • Printed in small gothic type, in two columns, in red and black; text in red and black in center of page in larger type, surrounded on four sides by Accursius' commentary in smaller type; shoulder notes; printed fists
  • Woodcuts: title-page within four-panel border of leaves and flowers; white floriated initials; 22 vignettes illustrating text throughout, and one full-page diagram of the Arbor consanguinitatis, a genealogical tree showing degrees of consanguinity; Scotto's device last page (a circle, monogrammed "O.S.M.", and surmounted by a double cross, within a rectangular panel decorated with acanthus leaves and vines)
  • Signatures: 2a-2c8 2d6 a-z8 [et]8 [con]8 [rum]8 A-V8 X10
  • Includes indexes
Dimensions
17 cm. (8vo)
Extent
[30], 375 [i.e. 377], [1] leaves
Lccn
98105410
Note
Spec. Coll. copy: contemporary dark brown calf, rebacked; blind-rolled panel on upper and lower covers, with cornerpieces, four floral ornaments, and centerpiece also stamped in blind. Binding recinforced with strips of vellum ms. waste, with text in brown ink in an early hand. Miscellaneous ms. notes throughout; large shelf-mark stamped in purple on front pastedown. Ownership stamp "Verein für Geschichte d. Deutschen in Böhmen" on several pages. In modern beige cloth and brown leather clamshell box; gold-stamped box title "Institutiones imperiales. Justinian. 1522". Purchase, A. Sokol, 1988.
Other physical details
ill. (woodcuts)
System control number
  • (OCoLC)38270926
  • ucoclc38270926

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