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								Institutionum [bound with] Infortianum [and] Digestum Novum, 1553-56 by  Emperor of the East Justinian I
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Institutionum [bound with] Infortianum [and] Digestum Novum, 1553-56

Institutionum [bound with] Infortianum [and] Digestum Novum, 1553-56

by Justinian I, Emperor of the East

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1551. Lyon: Hugues de La Porte, 1553-1556. 4 vols in 3. Lyon: Hugues de La Porte, 1553-1556. 4 vols in 3. A Collection of Texts from the Corpus Juris Civilis in Handsome Uniform Contemporary Paneled Pigskin Bindings Justinian I [483-565 CE], Emperor of the East. Accorso, Francisco (Accursius) [c.1182-c.1260], Glossator. Gaius [Active 130-180 CE]. Institutionum D. Iustiniani Sacratissimi Imperatoris Libri Quatuor: Ad Vetustissimorum Simul et Emendatissimorum Exemplarium Fidem Summa Diligentia Recogniti, Emendati. Cum Scholiis Accursii. Adiecimus Pluribus Locis Annotationes ex Doctissimorum Hominum Commentariis, Ex Quibus non Parum Lucis ac Dignitatis his Iuris Civilis Elementis Accedit. Accessit Corpus Legum, Antea non Impressum, Ac Caii Institutionum Libri Duo. Lyon: Apud Hugonem a Porta, 1553. Pp. [24], 290, [2] pp. Large woodcut image of Justinian surrounded by his court. Main text in parallel columns with linear gloss. [Bound with] Justinian I, Emperor of the East. Accorso, Francisco (Accursius), Glossator. Volumen hoc Complectitur (Sic Enim Peculiari Vocabulo Vocant) Novellas Constitutiones Iustiniani Principis Post Repetitam Codicis Praelectionem Aeditas: Authentica Vulgo Appellant. Tres Item Posteriores Libros Codicis; Feudorum seu Beneficiorum Duos; Constitutiones Friderichi Secundi Imperatoris; Extravagantes duas Henrici Septimi Imperatoris; & Tractatum De Pace Constantiae. Omnia ad Vetustissimorum Simul & Emendatissimorum Exemplarium Fidem Recognita, Emendata. Accesserunt nunc Primum, & Nunquam Antehac Aediti, Iustiniani Novellarum Constitutionum Libri Duo, Cum Multis Annotationibus ex Doctissimorum Hominum Commentariis, Quae non Parum Lucis ac Dignitatis Huic Volumini Afferunt. Lyon: Apud Hugonem a Porta, 1553. [xvi], 276, 148, 99, [1] pp. Woodcut table of descents (in the form of a tree). Main text in parallel columns with linear gloss. [With] Justinian I, Emperor of the East. Accorso, Francisco (Accursius), Glossator. Infortiatum, Pandectarum Iuris Civilis Tomus Secundus: Quartae Partis Reliquum, Itemque Quintam Digestorum Partem, Ac Sextae Partis: Libros Continens, Ex Pandectis Florentinis Ita in Universum Recognitus ac Emendatus, Ut Nihil Praeterea, Quod ad Puram Eorum Librorum Lectionem Attinet, Desiderari Possit. Lyon: Apud Hugonem a Porta, 1556. [xxxvi], 923, [1] pp. Main text in parallel columns with linear gloss. [And] Justinian I, Emperor o.

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Title
Institutionum [bound with] Infortianum [and] Digestum Novum, 1553-56
Author
Justinian I, Emperor of the East
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Lyon: Hugues de La Porte, 1553-1556. 4 vols in 3
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Date Published
1551
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ROMAN LAW, CORPUS JURIS, ANTIQ2221, ANTIQ8321, ANTIQ7520, 71204.JPG

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