Opus Praeclarum et Utilissi,um Super Legibus Tauri, Editum per Egregium & Subtilem Doctorem Antonium Gomes, Proprietatis Vesperorum Cathedram in Jure Ciuili Regentem, & in ea ad Instar Veteranorum militum Jibilatum.

GOMEZ, Antonio.

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Place Published: Salamanca
Publisher: Renaut
Date Published: 1698

Description: 308 leaves + 107 pages of Additiones ad Commentaria Doctissimi Antonij Gometij in Leges Taur + 26 page index. A 17th-century edition of commentary on the Leyes de Toro, a Castilian law book compiled in 1505. Antonio Gómez was a professor of civil (i.e., Roman) law at Salamanca; the first edition of his commentary on the laws of Toro appeared in 1555, and the work was continuously reprinted internationally through the 18th century. Printed in double colume, Latin and Spanish. Large woodcut vignette on title page.Thick 4to, limp vellum with early inked title on spine, leather ties. Margins of title page and following page have been restored & title page cropped at the top. Occasional foxing and age browning.Salamanca: Joannem & Andream Renaut, 1698. Very good (+).

Binding: hardcover
Condition: very good(+)
Language: Latin, Spanish
Type: Books

Book ID: 226478


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