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UNUS DE LEGIBUS
1595 UNUS DE LEGIBUS, ANTIQVITATVM ROMANA, FULL VELLUM, LAW OF ANCIENT ROME 1 V
Geneve: N/A, 1595. See description - a fabulous collectors item, full vellum, tight binding, all pages in tact minimal worm hole not affecting text. 1595 ANTIQVITATVM ROMANA by UNUS DE LEGIBUS PLEASE VIEW PHOTOS - THEY ARE PART OF THE DESCRIPTION The law of Ancient Rome in 1 volume taken from an earlier work by PAVLII MAVTI (MANUTI); including the legendary creation of Rome by Romulus and Remus. The myth of Romulus and Remus myth originated in the 4th century B.C., and the exact date of Rome's founding was set by the Roman scholar Marcus Terentius Varro in the first century B.C. According to the legend, Romulus and Remus were the sons of Rhea Silvia, the daughter of King Numitor of Alba Longa. This volume surrounds the development of Ancient Roman law. PRINTED IN GENEVA, SWITZERLAND 1595 - APUD JOANNEM LE PREUX BINDING: Full vellum bound, the vellum is chipped away slightly at the outside yapp edges; extensions of the vellum for protection of page edges. There is a worm hole through the bottom margin of pages starting at approximately pg. 355, through the last pages. Worm hole at the very bottom of pages not affecting text. The binding is amazingly tight, and all pages are in tact and still tightly affixed to binding. There is no evidence of shelf wear to either the bottom of the spine or the bottoms of the covers. The inside paper lining the interior of the front cover is separated from the binding edge and slightly torn. A simple but fine woodcut engraving on frontis page clearly indicating place & year printed. (See photos) Content is 434 pages plus an Index. Size 12 mo … [Click Below for Full Description]
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