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								D N Justiniani Perpetui Augusti Institutionum Sive Elementorum.. by  Jean  Jacques; Lacoste
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D N Justiniani Perpetui Augusti Institutionum Sive Elementorum..

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D N Justiniani Perpetui Augusti Institutionum Sive Elementorum..

by Justinian I; Cujas, Jacques; Lacoste, Jean

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1744. The Institutes with Commentaries by Notable French Scholars Justinian I [483-565 CE], Emperor of the East. Cujas, Jacques [1522-1590], Editor. Lacoste, Jean [c.1560-1637], Commentator. Marcile, Theodore [1548-1617], Commentator. Muret, Marc-Antoine [1526-1585], Commentator. van de Water, Johannes [d.1689], Editor. D.N. Justiniani Perpetui Augusti Institutionum, Sive Elementorum per Tribunianum, Virum Magnificum, Magistrum & Exquaestore Sacri Palatii, & Theophilum, & Dorotheum, Viros Illustres, & Antecessores, Libri Quatuor Emendatissimi ex Editione Jacob Cujacii. In Eosdem...& Antecessoris Clariss. Commentarius. Accedunt Huic Editioni Annotationes & Notae Theodori Marcilii & Marci Antonii Mureti Ut & M. Tatii Alpini Dessertatio de Surto per Lancem & Licium Concepto. Adjecti Quoque Sunt Varii Indices Curante Joanne van de Water. Leiden: Apud Samuelem Luchtmans, 1744. xxxxviii, 667, [1] pp. Fold-out table of descents. Quarto (9-1/2" x 7-1/2"). Contemporary vellum, raised bands, ornate gilt double frames enclosing heraldic device to boards, gilt ornaments to spine. Soiling, some wear to corners and spine ends, front endleaf (or half-title) lacking. Title page printed in red and black. Handsome woodcut tail-pieces and decorated initials. Partial split between preliminary gathering and title page. Interior notably fresh. $400. * An edition of the Institutes by Cujas with extensive commentary and notes by Jean Lacoste, Theodore Marcile and Marc-Antoine Muret. These jurists, who followed Cujas' example, were leaders of the French humanistic school, which aimed to purge Roman sources of later corruptions. Their pioneering methods did much to establish the field of philology. Compiled around 161 CE, the Institutes is an elementary treatise on Roman private law that served as a standard text for 300 years. After its rediscovery during the medieval era it became a staple of European legal education. Not in the British Museum Catalogue.

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D N Justiniani Perpetui Augusti Institutionum Sive Elementorum..
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Justinian I; Cujas, Jacques; Lacoste, Jean
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1744
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