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Jurisconsultus Verus et Personatus: Ad Illustrissimum Baronem.
1664 - Humanistic Treatise On Jurisprudence Bound with Two Other Volumes [Prasch, Johann Ludwig (1637-1690)]. Jurisconsultus Verus et Personatus: Ad Illustrissimum Baronem Boineburgium. In Qua Dissertatione Quaedam, Maxime Circa Ipsa Jurisprudentiae Fundamenta, Vulgo Velignota, Vel Neglecta, Vel Errata, Proponuntur & Expenduntur. Nuremberg: Apud Joh. And. Endterum & Wolfg. Jun. Haered, 1654. 188, [4] pp. [Bound with] Thou, Jacques Auguste de [1553-1617]. Rerum Memorabilium Excerpta. Historia, In Privatum Primo Usum Collecta, Lemmatibusq Suis Interstincta. Nunc Vero in Historiae Studiosorum Gratiam Publici Juris Facta. Cum Indice. Ulm: Impensis Georgii Wildeisen, 1664. [xxiv], 417, [5] pp. [And] Lassenius, Johann [1636-1692]. Turcken-Krieg der Christen-Sieg: Oder Bedencken Uber den Itzt vor Augen Schwebenden Turckischen Krieg. Darinn von Nutzlichen Mitteln/Denselben Wol Anzufangen und Zu Enden/Wie Auch von Andern Hic zu Dienlichen Sachen Geredet Wird. Bestehend in XX Send-Schreiben. Nuremberg: Bey Michael und Johann Friderich Endter, 1663. [xxiv], 284 pp. Title page preceded by copperplate pictorial title page. 12mo. (5" x 3"). Contemporary vellum with lapped edges, early hand-lettered title to spine. Some soiling, light wear to extremities, faint vertical crease, vellum beginning to crack through front pastedown, repair to small hole in title page of Jurisconsultus Verus, which is printed in red and black. Toning to text. Later annotation to front pastedown, interior otherwise clean. * Prasch: Only edition; Thou: Only edition (in this form); Lassenius, later edition. Prasch was a notable poet, bookseller and state official. Published under the cipher "I.L.P.," Jurisconsultus Verus et Personatus is a humanistic treatise on jurisprudence. The second title is an excerpt from the Historiarum Sui Temporis (1664), an important history of the sixteenth century by the eminent French statesman and scholar De Thou, who studied law under Cujas. The final title is by Lassenius, a Lutheran theologian. It is a religious tract predicting the victory of the Holy Roman Empire over the Ottoman Empire in the Turkish-Austrian War (1663-1664). No copies of these titles located in North America. Prasch: KVK locates 2 copies. Das Verzeichnis der im Deutschen Sprachraum Erschienenen Drucke des 17
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