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Institutiones j. ciuilis

Label
Institutiones j. ciuilis
Title
Institutiones j. ciuilis
Title variation
  • Institutiones juris ciuilis
  • Institutiones juris civilis
Creator
Contributor
Printer
Publisher
Subject
Genre
Language
lat
Summary
Illustrated legal handbook in pocket format for Italian university students
Cataloging source
CLU
Illustrations
illustrations
Index
index present
Literary form
non fiction
Label
Institutiones j. ciuilis
Instantiates
Publication
Note
  • Preface by Ottaviano Scotto the younger, addressed to Andrea Alciato on verso of t.p
  • Includes "Justiniani uita" on leaves 376-381
  • 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
  • Printer from colophon, which reads: "Venetijs apud Octauianum Scotum."
  • Signatures: 2a-2c8 2d4 a-z8 [et]8 [con]8 [rum]8 A-Y8
  • Woodcuts: device of Girolamo Scotto on t.p. (female figure of Fame, her foot resting on a winged orb with initials "O.S.M."; in one hand she holds a horn, in the other, a palmful of flames, and is flanked on both sides by motto "Famam extendere factis est virtutis opus"; cf. Ascarelli, p. 331); device of Ottaviano Scotto junior at end (a circle containing the monogram "O.S.M." [Octavianus Scotus Modoetiensis]; 22 small vignettes throughout text, illustrating various crimes, and courtroom scenes, such as lawyers pleading before a magistrate, and taking testimony from witnesses; also included is one full-page diagram of the Arbor Consanguinitatis, a genealogical tree showing degrees of consanguinity; ornamental initials
  • Title-page in red and black; text 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
  • Includes index
  • This ed. not in BM STC Italian, Adams, or Sander
Dimensions
16 cm (8vo)
Edition
Ultima editio Institutionum imperialium, seu elementorum Diui Justiniani imperatoris, omnius quae ad hanc vsque diem aeditae sunt emendarissima.
Extent
[28], 381 [i.e. 383], [1] leaves
Note
Spec. Coll. copy: modern limp vellum; one pair of white leather ties. Purchase, Bruce McKittrick, 1990.
Other physical details
ill. (woodcuts)
System control number
  • (OCoLC)316876603
  • ucoclc316876603
Label
Institutiones j. ciuilis
Publication
Note
  • Preface by Ottaviano Scotto the younger, addressed to Andrea Alciato on verso of t.p
  • Includes "Justiniani uita" on leaves 376-381
  • 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
  • Printer from colophon, which reads: "Venetijs apud Octauianum Scotum."
  • Signatures: 2a-2c8 2d4 a-z8 [et]8 [con]8 [rum]8 A-Y8
  • Woodcuts: device of Girolamo Scotto on t.p. (female figure of Fame, her foot resting on a winged orb with initials "O.S.M."; in one hand she holds a horn, in the other, a palmful of flames, and is flanked on both sides by motto "Famam extendere factis est virtutis opus"; cf. Ascarelli, p. 331); device of Ottaviano Scotto junior at end (a circle containing the monogram "O.S.M." [Octavianus Scotus Modoetiensis]; 22 small vignettes throughout text, illustrating various crimes, and courtroom scenes, such as lawyers pleading before a magistrate, and taking testimony from witnesses; also included is one full-page diagram of the Arbor Consanguinitatis, a genealogical tree showing degrees of consanguinity; ornamental initials
  • Title-page in red and black; text 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
  • Includes index
  • This ed. not in BM STC Italian, Adams, or Sander
Dimensions
16 cm (8vo)
Edition
Ultima editio Institutionum imperialium, seu elementorum Diui Justiniani imperatoris, omnius quae ad hanc vsque diem aeditae sunt emendarissima.
Extent
[28], 381 [i.e. 383], [1] leaves
Note
Spec. Coll. copy: modern limp vellum; one pair of white leather ties. Purchase, Bruce McKittrick, 1990.
Other physical details
ill. (woodcuts)
System control number
  • (OCoLC)316876603
  • ucoclc316876603

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