Fr. Hotomani Iurisc. Iustiniani Imperatoris vita; Observationes in pandectas; In l. frater a` fratre commentarius; De gradibus cognationis & affinitatis incestisque nuptiis lib. duo (Argentorati [Strasbourg]: Rihelios Fr., 1556), ff. iv, [iv], 127, . 8vo. Disbound. Final sheet (ff. 121-) detached. Hinges tender. Contemporary pen annotations. Slight browning to pages, stains to front endpaper and title page. Beginning his career as secretary to John Calvin in the late 1540s, Franc?ois Hotman (1524-90) became one of the foremost Protestant jurists of sixteenth-century Europe. These essays were published together in Strasbourg in July 1556, one month after the author was elected as professor of law at the city’s university. Text in Latin.
Hotman, Francois (Franciscus Hotomanus), Iustiniani Imperatoris vita; Observationes in pandectas; In l. frater a` fratre commentarius; De gradibus cognationis & affinitatis incestisque nuptiis, Rihelios Fr., 1556
VAN HAESTENS, Henrick (attrib.); DAVIES, John (trans.), Apocalypsis, or, The Revelation Of certain notorious Advancers of Heresie Wherein their Visions and private Revelations by Dreams, are discovered to be most incredible blasphemies, and enthusiastical dotages: Together with an account of their Lives, Actions, and Ends. Whereunto are added the effigies of seventeen (who excelled the rest in rashness, impudence and lying,) done in Copper Plates. Faithfully and impartially translated out of the Latine by J. D., Printed by E. Tyler, for John Saywell, 1655