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Examen Creandorum Notariorum [Bound With Two Other Titles]
1620. Zeulner, Johann. Examen Creandorum Notariorum. Nuremberg: Typis et Sumptibus Joannis Friderici Sartorii, 1620. [xii], 97, [1] pp. [Bound with] Knausten, Heinrich. E Divi Iustiniani Imperatoris Institutionibus Erotemata Latinogermanica, In Legalis Militiae Tyronum Usum, Singulari Studio, Olim ab Aliis Collecta, Nunc Autem Denovo Recocta, Ac in Totem Recognita/Kurtze Fragen und Antwort, Latein und Teutsch Dagegen, Aus des Keysers Justiniani Institutionen Gezogen.... Accessit ad Calcem Libri, Breviarium, In quo Institutiones Imperiales Contractae Sunt in Isagogen Brevissimam, Incipientibus Iura Discere Profuturam, Eodem Autore. [Frankfurt: Bey Matthaeo Kempffern in Verlegung Vincentij Steinmeyers], 1628. [lxiv], 402, [14] pp. [And] Vogelmann, Georg. Elegantiarum Latini Sermonis Praeceptiones Aliquot: In Gratiam Studiosae Juventutis Collectae, cum Ciceronianis, Tum Aliorum Bonorum Authorum Exemplis Illustratae Omnibus Incorruptae Propryssimaeque, Latinitatis Cupidis Utiles & Necessariae. Magdeburg: Sumptibus Johan. Franci, Bibliop., 1620. [i], 161, [5] pp. 12mo. (5" x 3"). Contemporary vellum (using older manuscript leaf), hand-lettered title to spine. Light soiling, chipping to head of spine, corners bumped and lightly worn, front free endpaper lacking. Toning, light foxing in places, light browning to Iustiniani, heavier browning to Elegantiarum (not affecting legibility), minor worming, light soiling and early annotations and signatures to front pastedown title page of Examen. An appealing sammelband of three rare titles. * Examen: First edition; Iustiniani, Elegantiarum, later editions. This volume collects three books that would have been useful to a seventeenth-century German student training to become a notary. First published in 1620, Examen Creandorum Notariorum is a study guide for the examination given notarial candidates. Iustiniani, another study guide first published in 1569, is a highly abridged version of the Institutes of Justinian with a parallel German translation and study questions. First published in 1566, the final title is a handbook on eloquence and forensics based on a collection of exemplary passages from the speeches of Cicero and other
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