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Jodocus of Erfurt, Attributed
Vocabularium Iuris [Vocabularius Juris Utriusque]
, 1498. 1498. Fifteenth-Century Venetian Imprint of an Important Law Dictionary in a Handsome Contemporary Binding [Jodocus of Erfurt, Attributed]. Vocabularium Iuris. [Venice: Bernardini Stagninus de Tridino, 1498]. 73 ff. Text in parallel columns. Collation: A-B6, C7, D-M6. Folio (12" x 8"). Contemporary half-calf with elaborate blind tooling over wooden boards, raised bands to spine, clasps lacking, buckles present, earlier liturgical musical manuscript on vellum used as endpapers, leaves from an earlier manuscript used as pastedows, early hand-lettered title to head of text block. A few cracks to spine, small chip to head. Text printed in 71-line Gothic type on wide-margined paper, large woodcut capital at beginning of text. Light toning to text, faint dampspotting to a few leaves. Later annotations to front pastdown, partially erased early owner signature to title page, interior otherwise clean. * A work of great authority, the Vocabularius, as it is popularly known, is attributed occasionally to Jacobus of Erfurt. First published around 1474 in Basel, it went through more than seventy editions over the following 150 years. (It had a second life as the first section of the 1559 edition of Elio Antonio de Nebrija's Lexicon Juris Civilis, a work that was reissued into the seventeenth century.) A useful and highly respected reference work, the Vocabularius is a collection of terms dealing with the Ius Commune taken from such late- scholastic texts as the Vocabularius Stuttgardiensis (1432), the Collectio Terminorum Legalium (c. 1400) and the Introductorium pro Studi … [Click Below for Full Description]
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