9 June 2004
HEVIA BOLANOS, Juan de (fl. 1615). Curia Philipica. Madrid: en la Imprenta de los Herederos de la Viuda de Juan Garcia Infanzon, 1761.
2 volumes bound in one, 2o (304 x 204 mm). Half-title. Title printed in red and black. Contemporary limp vellum (a bit soiled). Provenance: Ricardo Rivera (booklabel; faint inkstamp on title and on several text leaves).
Later edition of this important work by one of Spain's most influential jurists (the first edition was printed in 1603). Numerous editions were printed in the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries. The text encompasses Spain's civil, criminal, ecclesiastical, commercial and maritime laws. Palau 114545.
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