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Corpus Iuris Canonici, 1747  

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Corpus iuris canonici Gregorii XIII pontif. max. auctoritate post emendationem absolutam editum: in duos tomos divisum et appendice nova auctum ...

Böhmer, Justus Henning





Two volumes. [4], lxxxviii, 1240, [3]; [2], lvi, 859 pp. Volume I, copper-engraved frontispiece portrait of Benedict XIV by Martin Tyroff, and copper-engraved printer's device on title page, head- and tailpieces and ornamental initials in both volumes. (4to) 28x22 cm (11x8¾"), period calf lettered in gilt on brown morocco spine labels, raised bands, tooled in gilt. 

Justus Henning Böhmer (1674 –1749) was a German jurist, ecclesiastical jurist, Professor of the University of Halle and also Geheimer Rat, count palatine and chancellor of the Duchy of Magdeburg.

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Bindings worn; spine labels chipped, rubbing to spine ends, boards and edges, fraying at corners; pages toned, light foxing; about very good.

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