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Gulielmi Budaei, consiliarii regii libellorumque magistri in praetorio, Altera editio annotationem in Pandectas

BUDÉ, Guillaume (c.1468-1540)

Editorial: Ioannis Soteris February 1527, Cologne, 1527
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Thick 8vo (150 x 100mm). 560pp. Woodcut vignette title depicting scenes for the "Three Graces" of Greek mythology, caption in Greek for "Charites." Woodcut initial I supported by two putti. Italic type. Printed marginalia. Contemporary stamped pigskin over beveled boards, remnants of metal clasps, gilt-stamped in center with heraldic lozenge (rubbed, spine chipped, not severe). This copy underlined and annotated in Greek and Latin, somewhat heavier at front, show a learned bi-lingual scholar used this copy. Guillaume Budé, famed French scholar and court humanist, was a leading figure of the French Renaissance and eagerly sought to achieve "all-embracing" knowledge, both human and divine. Budé corresponded with some of the most learned men of his time, amongst them Erasmus, who called him the "marvel of France," and Thomas More. Even more, King Francis I, enjoyed to associate himself with Budé and considered him a valued member of the educated milieu; royal tutors, readers, and literary advisors. The Pandectas consists of annotations and commentary to the first twenty-four books of the "Pandects" or Digest of Justinian. This, Budé’s first great work, appeared at the end of November 1508; it was an outgrowth of his earlier legal studies. Like most of Budé’s works, the prestigious Parisian publisher Badius first published the Pandectas. The term "altera (a)edition" in this copy does not, in this case, mean a second edition; it is a "second batch" of notes, not replacing the first one. Budé’s work belonged to the annotation literature that reached from Valla to Erasmus and questioned the traditional texts of authoritative work. This reflected the humanist school of thought in France, which sought to restore "pure" Roman law through textual criticism. Rare. This 1527 Soteris edition not located elsewhere. N° de ref. de la librería KK6563

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Título: Gulielmi Budaei, consiliarii regii ...

Editorial: Ioannis Soteris February 1527, Cologne

Año de publicación: 1527

Encuadernación: Hardcover

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