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        Aristophanis Comoediae Novem Cum Commentariis antiquis & ualde utilibus ad ea quae prius, excusa fuerant additis

      Philippi Iuntae (Filippo Giunta, Heirs), Florence, 1525. Early Edition. Hardcover (Half Leather). Good Condition. The second Giunta edition of Aristophanes, the first was 1515. In 19th century half calf, worn, front board detached along with the first signature. Old notations to title page, early marginal notes and marks in Greek. Occasional finger soiling, but generally clean. Lacking the final 8 pages (D1-8) of the preliminaries but textually and otherwise complete. (24),373,(1). A1 in red and black. An attractively printed Aristophanes well worthy of restoration. This edition prepared by Antonio Francini and Apostolis Arsenios. Dibdin Bibliographical Decameron 257 (noting the 3 Giunta editions of 1515, 1525, and 1540); Adams 1706. Size: Quarto (4to). Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: 2-3 kilos. Category: Literature & Literary; Antiquarian & Rare. Inventory No: 042513. .

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        PROVINCIALE SEU CONSTITUTIONES ANGLIE. Bound with CONSTITUTIONES LEGITIME SEU LEGATINE REGIONIS ANGLICANE

      London, printed in Antwerp by Christopher Endoviensis (van Ruremond) for Francis Brickman, 1525, & Paris, Wolfgang Hopyl and Hans de Coblenz, 1504.. 2 separate works bound in 1 volume. No. 1: PROVINCIALE SEU CONSTITUTIONES ANGLIE Cum summariis atque iustis annotationibus, politissimis caracteribus, summaque accuratione rursum revise atque impresse. 1525, Latin text, 4to in eights, approximatley 275 x 195 mm, 10¾ x 7¾ inches, engraved pictorial title page printed red and black, pages printed red and black in two sizes of black letter and in double column, the text in the centre surrounded by commentary, a few decorated initials, 1 full page illustration showing coats of arms and St George and the Dragon, leaves: cclvi, (28) - indexes, text numbered on rectos only, some misnumbering but collated and guaranteed complete, bound in full old panelled calf, heavily decorated in blind to covers, raised bands and gilt lettered leather label to spine. Spine worn with slight chipping to head and tail, hinges cracked on most of their length but holding firmly, upper corners slightly worn, title is lettered faintly on the fore-edges, title page slightly dusty, 2 large chips to 1 fore-edge margin, 1 just affecting a 1 word side note, 3 small old paper repairs to 1 fore-edge margin, small stain to 1 margin, occasional small pale damp stains to margins, leaves 224-233 have large pale damp stains over much of the text, but absolutely no loss of legibility, contents otherwise bright and clean, binding tight and firm. Lyndwood's Provinciale "is a collection of the most important ecclesiastical legislation enacted within the province of Canterbury between the Council of Oxford in 1222 and Chichele's archiepiscopate (reign ended 1443). The completed Provinciale was accompanied by a comprehensive subject matter index and, more importantly by his own extensive marginal gloss. In the fashion of the European "ius commune" the gloss clarified the meaning of the constitutions, related them to the general law of the church, raised legal points of doubt and controversy, and commented upon their observance in the English spiritual courts" ODNB. The text was edited by Josse Badius and the index was compiled by him. William Lyndwood (c. 1375-1446) was bishop of St. Davids in 1442. He finished writing his Provinciale in 1433 and it was first printed in Oxford by Thomas Rood in 1483. STC 17111; Adams, Books Printed in Europe 1501-1600, L2117. No. 2: CONSTITUTIONES LEGITIME SEU LEGATINE REGIONIS ANGLICANE: cum subtilissima interpretatione domini Johannis de Athon: triplicique tabella. 1504. FIRST EDITION of John Acton's commentary on canon law, Latin text, 4to in eights, title page in red and black with large illustration of St George and the Dragon, 2nd title page with illustration of trees and 2 eagles, half page illustration of king on his throne, pictorial initials, pages printed as described above, leaves: (16), cxxviii, cxxxvii-clv, numbered on rectos only, LACKING SIGNATURE r ( i.e. 8 leaves), some errors of numbering but collated and guaranteed complete apart from Sig. r. There is a sprinkling of tiny wormholes throughout, worse at the beginning and the end, some affecting single letters, no tracks, all still easily legible, 1 lower margin slightly stained, contents otherwise bright and clean, small closed tear to 1 inner margin just touching text but repaired neatly with no loss, a little underlining on 3 pages, 2 lines in an early hand on final page. A good copy (lacking 8 leaves as noted) of a post incunabula printing in early binding. This is the first edition of the first major treatise on English canon law, edited by J. Chappuis, with a preface by Josse Badius. It contains the legatine constitutions of Otho and Othobono (later Pope Hadrianus V). See: Adams L2113. STC 17108: Sotheby's, The Library of the Earls of Macclesfield, Part Eleven, 3859: Sweet & Maxwell, A Bibliography of English Law to 1650, Volume 1, page 129 & 133. MORE IMAGES ATTACHED TO THIS LISTING.

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