Iuris artis totius,

Olinger (Paul)

Iuris artis totius,

atque methodi absolutissime vere & principalissimae divisionis, quae hactenus plaerosque Iure consultos excellentissimos latuit singularis & brevissima que?damelucidatio ... Cum Repertorio ...

Description: fine woodcut portrait of the author on verso of title, a full-page engraving of his arms opposite, woodcut initials, the woodcuts doctored in black ink at some point, not ruining them entirely, or even much, but lending them a certain lugubriousness, outer leavesa little soiled or spotted, minor foxing, pp. [xxxii, the last 2 blank], 25, small 8vo, disbound, contemporary annotations

Publication Details: Strasbourg: Blasius, Fabricius, 1555

Notes: Little seems to be known about Paul Olinger. The portrait shows him aged 37 in 1554. His coat of arms is impressive (a griffin rampant). In the years 1554 and 1555 he published a couple of pamphlets on legal ethics (which are referred to by Leibniz), and the present rare little work. He refers to Sebastian Derrer as his teacher, and builds on the works of Hegendorfin, Rasius, et al.

Bibliography: (VD16 O 712)

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Price: £900

Subject: Law

Published Date: 1555

Stock Number: 64621

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