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Rosate, Albericus de, Jodocus Erfordensis (d.i. von Erfurt) Werner von Schussenried u. a.
Vocabularius utriusque Juris longe castigatissimus: quicquod boni est in Repertorio Milis / Dictionario Alberici in se complectens Cui (preter nunc primum impressas additiones singulares doctorum theoricas continentes) addita sunt recenter a Francisco Chambon... (Beigebunden): Preclarus et insignis tractatus docens modum legendi abbreviaturas utriusque censure: studiosis tyrunculis valde necessarius: ac a multis mendis purgatus et emendatus.
Paris: Claude Chevallon, Rembolt, 1520, 1518. (8), cclix, (1); (39) Bl. Leather. 11 x 16,5 cm. USTC 184047 und USTC 181872 und BP16_103629. Sammelband / Omnibus with two works. The first is an extremely rare edition of a law lexicon which was popular in the 15th century by Jodocus Erfordensis (aka Jodocus von Erfurt, flourished in the mid-15th century, birth and death dates unknown) with regard to the “Dictionarium” (a law collection and lexicon) by the italian jurist Albericus de Rosate (c. 1290 – c. 1360). The second work is a likewise extremely rare edition of a tract concerning juridical vocabulary and abbreviations by Werner von Schussenried (aka Werner von Speyer or Wernerus Sorotensis, birth and death dates unknown). Schussenried was a canon of Saint Germain in Speyer, the college of which was burned in 1462 during the Bavarian War, which means that the first edition of this book must have been composed before then. He is not named on the title page, but his name is hidden in an acrostic in the chapter "de decreto versificato". All databases record this volume as having 40 leaves, but the copy in this listing has only 39. Both volumes were published in the printing shop of Claude Chevallon and his wife Charlotte Guillard, who inherited another printing business from her first husband Berthold Rembolt (which is why the Rembolt printer’s device appears on the title pages). Only very few exemplars of either book are known. 11 x 16.5 cm. Tooled leather with remains of threads. Former monestary library book with stamp inside and sticker on spine. Boards heavily rubbed wi … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antiquariat Bookfarm [Germany]
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