Volumen praecipuarum iuris materiarum in certas theses distributarum, ex ordinariis studiosorum publici vtriusque iuris, apud Coloniam Vbiorum Collegii disputationibus collectum : adiectis diligenter et fideliter sedibus & allegationibus textum & doctorum, vnde quae[que] iuris sententia desumpta fuit / de quibus praesentibus successiue D. Ioanne Michaelis Cronenburgero, D. Ioanne Hollandt, ac D. VVinoldo Kiuer, SS. LL. Licent. eodem qui in pandectis proponitur ordine disputatum fuit.

Other Title:
Volumen praecipvarvm ivris materiarvm in certas theses distribvtarvm, ex ordinariis stvdiosorvm pvblici vtriusque iuris, apud Coloniam Vbiorum Collegii disputationibus collectum
Volumen praecipuarum juris materiarum in certas theses distributarum, ex ordinariis studiosorum publici utriusque juris, apud Coloniam Ubiorum Collegii disputationibus collectum
Coloniae Agrippinae : Excudebat Petrus Keschedt ..., Anno 1596.
[920] p. ; 21 cm. (4to)
isI. s.s. a-V. arre (C) 1596 (A)
Roman law -- Early works to 1800.
Place of Publication:
Germany Cologne.
A collection 113 publications containing legal theses defended at the Universität zu Köln by various students before Johann Hollandt and either Johann Michael Cronenburger or Winold Kiver between 1593 and 1596. (VD 16 cites the entire collection as V 2322, but also lists the individual publications separately, noting that each is issued in this volume.)
Signatures: [dagger]-2[dagger]⁴ A-3M⁴, ²A-3I⁴.
Leaf 2[dagger]4 is blank.
Without pagination.
Volume title and each special title within border of type ornaments.
Woodcut printer's devices, initials and tail-pieces.
Local notes:
Penn Libraries copy imperfect: gathering 2[dagger] wanting.
Penn Libraries copy: gatherings ²A-Z bound in out of order before title leaf.
Penn Libraries copy has engraved armorial bookplate of Christoph Wentzel, Graf von Nostitz (his arms with initials "C.W.G.V.N." beneath) on front pastedown.
Penn Libraries copy bound in early 17th-century blind-tooled pig over black blind-tooled boards; initials "M I T" and date "1604" tooled in blind on left board; 3 raised bands on spine; ms. title ("Theses iuridicas") in brown ink at head of spine; ms. shelf-mark ("63") in red ink on spine; all edges previously blue(?).
Penn Libraries copy: a few wormholes in binding.
Penn Provenance:
Nostitz, Christoph Wentzel, Graf von, 1648-1712 (bookplate)
Penn Chronology:
Cited in:
VD 16 V 2322
Cronenburger, Johann Michael, 1565-1635.
Hollandt, Johann.
Kiver, Winold, fl. 1591-1600.
Keschedt, Peter, fl. 1595-1597, printer.
Culture Class Collection (University of Pennsylvania)
German Culture Class Collection (University of Pennsylvania)
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