1535 HUGE Medieval Law Folios of Alexander Tartagni Roman Civil Pandects Crespin
Alexander de Tartagnis Imolensis was a 15th-century medieval jurist and lawyer who served in Bologna. The majority of his written work is commentary on selected parts of the Pandects, or Roman law digests. He also wrote independent advisory opinions on law cases; however, his opinions were not in favor of accusing criminals who had not been found guilty.
This rare 1535 two-volume set is a charming, decorative printing with woodcut engraved title pages.
Item number: #1443
TARTAGNIS, Alexander de
Prima et secunda pars commentariorum Alexandri Tartagni Imolensis super Infortiati Digesti Veteri exactissima vigilantia castigata ac typis elegantiusculis denuo excusa : cui accesserunt apostillae (ut vocant) Francisci de Curte et Bernardini de Landriano. Cum annotatiunculis etiam complurium neotericorum, praecipue vero domini Antonii Francisci de Doctoribus : Adiecto insuper repertorio
Lugduni : Johann Crespinus, 1535.
•Collation complete with all pages; 4 parts in 2 volumes:
oVol. I: 198, 106, 
oVol II: 159, , 
•Binding: Vellum; rough condition as seen in photos
•References: edition not in Adams
•Size: ~17in X 11.75in (43cm x 30cm)
•VERY RARE with no other example for sale worldwide
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