CONSTITVTIO SEV ORDINATIO, SVPER OFFICII NOTA-riatus exercitio, quondam a sacra Rom. Caesarea Maiestate aedita. In qua, quic-quid ad scientiam & cognitionem eorum Iurium per-tinet, quae circa officium atq; exercitium Tabellionatus consistunt, quam exactissime praescribitur. Huic addita est Totius artis Notariatus sive Tabellionum Isagoge, non minus necessaria, quam maxime utilis. Una cum Tractatu, in quo XXIII. quaestiones continentur, qua ad Notariorum, Tabellionum, & Publicorum Scribaru officium, praxim & notitiam maxime pertinent. Ia. Iucundi, 1555. [iv], 74, . 8vo. Disbound. Hinges tender, pages slightly browned, some contemporary annotation. Second edition of Emperor Maximilian’s constitution concerning the ars notariatus, or the practice and role of notaries, first published in 1512. This edition includes additional treatises by Johannes Sapidus and others. It is perhaps significant that this edition was published in 1555, the year of the Peace of Augsburg, the treaty between Holy Roman Emperor Charles V and the Lutheran Schmalkaldic League that officially ended the struggle between the two groups (Lutheran and Roman Catholic) and made the legal division of Christendom permanent within the Holy Roman Empire, allowing rulers to choose either Lutheranism or Roman Catholicism as the official confession of their state. A VERY RARE AND IMPORTANT BOOK.
Maximilian I, Holy Roman Emperor (1459-1519) et al., CONSTITVTIO SEV ORDINATIO, SVPER OFFICII NOTA-riatus exercitio, quondam a sacra Rom. Caesarea Maiestate aedita. In qua, quic-quid ad scientiam & cognitionem eorum Iurium per-tinet, quae circa officium atq; exercitium Tabellionatus consistunt, quam exactissime praescribitur, Ia. Iucundi, 1555
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NANSEN, Fridtjof; SVERDRUP, Otto., In Nacht und Eis. Die Norwegische Polarexpedition 1893-1896. Mit einem Beitrag von Kapitan Sverdrup, 207 Abbildungen, 8 Chromotafeln und 4 Karten. | Supplement. Wir Framleute. Von Bernhard Nordahl. Nansen und ich auf 86? 14′. Von Lieutenant Hjalmar Johansen. Mit 86 Abbildungen und 4 Chromotafeln. [3 vols.], F. A. Brockhaus, 1897
Bibliotheca Classica; or, A Classical Dictionary, containing A Full Account of All the Proper Names Mentioned in Ancient Authors: with Tables of coins, weights, and measures, in use among the Greeks and Romans: to which is now prefixed a chronological table. Third edition, greatly enlarged.