23 April 2001
DIAZ DE MONTALVO, Alonso (1405-1499). Repertorium quaestionum super Nicolaum de Tudeschis. Edited and with additions by Ludovicus de Campis. [Nuremberg: Anton Koberger, ca. 1485].
Royal 2o (394 x 280 mm). Collation: [1-118 126 13-158 16-176 18-258] blank, 1/2r text, 25/6r table, 25/8v blank). 194 leaves. 70 lines, double column, 4 columns in table. Types: 7:83G (text), 9:165G (headings). 2- to 10-line initial spaces. (A few small stains, faint dampstain, small wormholes at beginning and end.) Modern binding using leaves from a 15/16th-century antiphonal manuscript on vellum, bottom fore-edges lettered, vellum quire guards from a ?14th-century manuscript.
Provenance: contemporary annotations -- library stamp partly removed from second leaf -- [Sotheby's New York, 14 December 1983, lot 13] -- [Lathrop Harper, cat. 239 no. 8]
Fourth edition of an extensive repertory of the questions treated in the foundation texts of canon law of Nicolaus Panormitanus de Tudeschis. The author, Diaz de Montalvo, was the foremost Spanish jurist under Ferdinand and Isabella.
HC 11567*; BMC II, 431 (IC. 7374); BSB-Ink D-124; GW 8305; Palau 72676; Goff D-174.
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