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Repertorium Universale, Amandola, Italy - Manuscript; Law Dictionary - 1750. 
1750. Seventeenth-Century Italian Manuscript Law Dictionary [Manuscript]. [Law Dictionary]. Repertorium Universale [Spine Title]. [Amandola, Italy, c.1750].  pp. Quarto (10-3/4" x 8"). Contemporary vellum, early calligraphic title to spine, untrimmed edges, large hand-colored arms of owner to front pastedown. Light soiling and some edgewear, heavier wear to fore-edge of rear board, some cracks to text block, a few signatures partially detached. Moderate toning, faint dampstaining to first half of text block, small holes to a few leaves at beginning of text. Text in fine neat hand to rectos and versos of most leaves. * Probably compiled in the mid-eighteenth century, this alphabetically arranged manuscript dictionary was possibly compiled by the owner named above the coat of arms on the front pastedown: Mattia Toti, praetor of Amandola, a municipality in the Province of Fermo in the Marche region of Italy founded in 1248.
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