The Ames Foundation

 

TRACTATUS UNIVERSI IURIS (VENICE 1584–86)

SpinesTUI

An ‘Ocean of Law’. The Harvard Law School’s copy of TUI1584 is bound in 29 physical volumes, 17 inches high, 18 ‘tomes’ in 25 physical volumes and 4 physical volumes of indices.


CONTENTS Tome 1


Tome 1 of TUI 1584 is devoted to the history of law and to law in general. It bears the subtitle De iure cognoscendo et interpretando (‘On knowing and interpreting the law’). It contains a number of works of humanist jurists and gives us some sense of the methodological debates that were going on in the sixteenth century.

Before we get to the tome, there is bound with it in our copy ‘front matter’ that could have been bound separately. It begins with a separate title page for the entire series of tomes, a dedicatory epistle to Pope Gregory XIII, a brief note to the reader, and tables listing all of the authors in the tomes and all of the titles in the tomes. The signatures indicate that it was decidedly separate from tome 1: The title page, the dedicatory epistle, and note to readers are a terrnion, marked only by *2 on sig. *2r; the list of authors is a ternion, marked with **, **2, and **3; and the index of titles is a quinternion, marked by ***, ***2, ***3, ***4, and ***5. The opening signature of the tome proper has its own title page with an index of authors in the tome on the verso. It is preceded by two blank pages, probably designed as a pastedown for vol.. 1. The first signature marking is on the first marked fol., 3r: A3. The register at the end of the tome ignores the front matter, and tells us, as seems to be accurate, that the tome contains signatures A-Z, Aa-Zz, and Aaa-Eee, all of which are quaternions, except for the last which is a duernion. The signature markings in the page delivery service and below fill out what is found in the tome without distingushing between what is actually there and what we have added.

The list of titles and authors follows the format outlined in the introduction to these pages. It seems particularly unlikely that we missed any item in this tome, because we checked quite systematically for the one item which is identified to this tome in the HOLLIS catalogue, but which does not appear there. (This is listed at the end of the table.)

The heading abbreviations and the bibliographical abbreviations are the same as those used throughout these pages.

After the list of authors and titles there is another list that gives the formal ‘metadata’ of the tome.

Preliminary work on this list was done in the summer of 2013 by Dennis Mahoney and in the summer of 2014 by Shuting Lu. The Ames Foundation is grateful to both of them for their devotion to the task. Errors, which certainly exist and which are my responsibility, can be called to our attention by sending us an email.

Charles Donahue, Jr.
July, 2014

 

TOME 1 – AUTHORS AND TITLES

The following table lists the items in tome 1 in the order in which they appear. The notes give linked references to general information about the author that appears on a separate page and any particular information that we have about the item in question. The final column gives a linked reference the sequence number in the PDS where the item first appears.

 

ITEM HOLAU TUIAU TUITI HN Citation Seq.
item no. 1Du Rivail, Aymar, ca. 1490-1557Aymarus Rivallius AllobrigisIuris civilis historia4192425t. 1, f. 3ra48  
noteRivail, Aymar du, c. 1490 – 1557. The HOLLIS record is for the ed. Lyon 1551. HOLTI: Aymari Rivallii . . . Ciuilis historiae iuris, siue in xii. tab. leges commentariorum libri quinque, iam denuo diligenter recogniti. Historiae item iuris Pont. liber singularis.    
item no. 2Forster, Valentin Wilhelm, 1574-1620Valentinus ForsterDe historia iuris civilis Romani, libri tres4313548t. 1, f. 25vb93  
noteForster, Valentin, b. Wittenberg 1530, d. Helmstädt 1608. The HOLLIS record, which is for the edition of Helmstedt of 1610, has the wrong author. This one is Valentin without Willhelm, 1530-1608.    
item no. 3Coras, Jean de, 1513-1572Ioannes CorasiusDe iuris arte liber, quatuor partibus conclusus4302355t. 1, f. 59ra160  
noteCoras, Jean de, b. Réalmont 1512, d. Toulouse 1572.    
item no. 4Hoppers, Joachim, 1523-1576Ioachimus HopperusDe iuris arte, libri tres1711124t. 1, f. 81va205  
noteHoppers, Joachim, b. Sneek 1523, d. Madrid 1576.    
item no. 5Pelleus, LudovicusLudovicus Pelleus CarnutensisConfutatio eorum qui ius civile artis aut scientiae titulo non esse donandum asservere cui subiungitur expositio differentiarum descriptionis iuris ab Ulpiano tradite4345878t. 1, f. 103va249  
notePelleus, Ludovicus, 16th c.. The syntax of the title is a bit odd. Asservere is probably a shortened form of asseraverunt. More seriously, we would expect iuri civili artis aut scientiae titulum non esse donandum. But that is not what it says.    
item no. 6García, Fortunius, 1494-1534Fortunius GarciaDe ultimo fine iuris canonici et civilis4313487t. 1, f. 105vb253  
noteGarcía, Fortunius, 1494–1534.    
item no. 7Gammaro, Pietro Andrea, 1480-1528Petr[us] And[reas] Gammar[us]De veritate ac excellentia legalis scientiae libellus4312947t. 1, f. 132ra306  
noteGammaro (Gambarus), Pietro Andrea, b. Caslafiumanese 1480, d. ?Viterbo 1528.    
item no. 8PlacentinusPlacentinusDe senatusconsultis tractatus4350910t. 1, f. 135rb310  
notePlacentinus (Piacentino), b. Piacenza 12/2 c., d. Montpellier c. ?1181/2. Whether P. wrote this treatise is a matter about which we may have some doubt. It is possible, however, that it is derived, at one or more removes, from genuine works of his, all of which are listed in Lange, Glossatoren, 211-14.    
item no. 9Angleberme, Jean Pyrrhus d’, ca. 1470-1521Pyrrhus AnglebermeDe magistratibus Romanis libri tres4188179t. 1, f. 135va313  
noteAngleberme(s), Jean Pyrrhus d’, b. Orléans c. 1480, d. Milano 1521.    
item no. 10Cotta, CatellianusCatellianus CottaDe iurisperitis4305797t. 1, f. 137va317  
noteCotta, Catelliano, fl. 1512 – d. Milano 1553. Renzo Villata (DGI, 1.601) compares this work to that of Aymar Du Rivail, above, fol. 3ra.    
item no. 11Rutilio, Bernardino, 1504-1538Bernardino RutilioIurisconsultorum vitæ4358738t. 1, f. 139va321  
noteRutilio, Bernardino, b. Bologna 1504, d. Venezia 1538.    
item no. 12Fichard, Johann, 1512-1581Ioannes FicardusVitae recentorum consultorum qui post recuperatam Romani iuris prudentiam eandem et docendo et scribendo professi sunt ad haec usque tempora4309650t. 1, f. 156rb354  
noteFichard, Johann von, b. Frankfurt 1512, d. Frankfurt 1581. HOLTI reads (male): docendo er scribendo.    
item no. 13Massa, Antonio, 16th cent.Antonio MassaDe exercitatione iurisperitorum4341907t. 1, f. 168vb379  
noteMassa, Antonio, b. Gallese 1500, d. Roma 1568. Exercitatio probably has the sense here of ‘practice’, perhaps even of ‘training’.    
item no. 14Cipolla, Bartolomeo, d. ca. 1477Bartolomeo CipollaDe cognitione librorum iuris canonici4288353t. 1, f. 181va405  
noteCipolla, Bartolomeo, b. Verona c. 1420, d. Padova 1475.    
item no. 15Douaren, François, 1509-1559Franciscus DuarenusEpistola ad Andream Guillartum, de ratione docendi, discendique iuris conscripta4299653t. 1, f. 183rb409  
noteDouaren, François le, b. Moncontour 1509, d. Bourges 1559. Guillartus is described in the title as clarissimi viri Andree Guillarti, libellorum in regia magistri filium. He is probably André Guillard du Mortier (c. 1517-1579) (French Wikipedia), son of André Guillard (c. 1495-1568) (French Wikipedia), maître des requêtes de l’hôtel du roi. (The name is also spelled ‘Guillart’.) Regia here may refer to a ceremonial door (see Niermeyer, s.v.), but probably curia is to be understood. This work is said to be the first clear statement of the mos gallicus, the French method of dealing with legal texts from the past.    
item no. 16Joannes Baptista, de Sancto BlasioBaptista a Sancto BlasioTractatus insignis et rarus contradictionum iuris canonici cum iure civili4321200t. 1, f. 185ra413  
noteBattista, da Sambiagio, b. Padova c. 1425, d. ?Verona ?Brescia 1492.    
item no. 17Galvanus, de Bononia, fl. 1361-1384Galvanus BoniniensisDifferentie legum et canonum4312913t. 1, f. 189ra421  
noteBecchini (Bettini), Galvano, b. Bologna 14/1 c., d. Bologna a. 1395.    
item no. 18Prosdocimus de ComitibusProsdocimus de ComitibusDe differentiis inter ius canonicum et ius civile4351385t. 1, f. 190rb423  
noteConti (de Comitibus), Prosdocimo, b. Padova c. 1370, d. Padova 1439.    
item no. 19Zanetinis, Hieronymus deHieronymus de ZanetinisTractatus de differentiis inter ius canonicum et civile4376139t. 1, f. 197vb438  
noteZanettini (de Zanetinis), Girolamo, b. Bologna ... , fl. 1457 – d. Bologna 1493. Guerrini (DGI 2.2081-2) argues that this treatise is more sophisticated than either of the two preceding.    
item no. 20Federicis, Stephanus deStephanus de Federicis BrixiensisDe interpretatione legum4309067t. 1, f. 208va460  
noteFederici (de Federicis), Stefano, b. Sonico sec. 15 ineunte, d. a. 1496.    
item no. 21Baudouin, François, 1520-1573Franciscus BalduiniCommentarius de legibus XII tabularum4191912t. 1, f. 225vb494  
noteBaudouin (Baudoin, Bauduin), François, b. Arras 1520, d. Paris 1573. This work is an example of the method of palingensia, reconstructing older works from the surviving fragments in the Corpus Iuris, a method which B. is said to have invented.    
item no. 22Reyvaert, Jacob, ca. 1535-1568Iachobus RaevardusAd leges XII tabularum4354889t. 1, f. 244ra531  
noteRaevardus, Jacobus (Reyvaert, Jacob), c. 1535–1568. The HOLLIS record is for another work by the same author.    
item no. 23Zasius, Johann Ulrich, 1521-1570Ioannes Ulricus ZasiusCatalogus legum antiquarum una cum adiuncta summaria interpretatione4382970t. 1, f. 252va548  
noteZasius von Rabenstein, Johann Ulrich, b. Freiburg im Breisgau 1521, d. 1570.    
item no. 24Le Caron, Louis, 1534-1613Ludovicus CharondasAd leges duodecim tabularum liber singularis4327101t. 1, f. 267va578  
noteCaron (Charondas), Louis le, 1534 X 1536 – 1613.    
item no. 25UlpianUlpianXXIX tituli ex corpore Ulpiani ad veterem manuque scriptum Philippi Gervasii Iureconsulti Germani codicem restituti et emendati. In eosdem titulos Ludovici Charondae et Iacobi Cuiacii Iureconsultorum notae4368902t. 1, f. 271va586  
noteUlpian (Ulpianus), d. 223 AD. HOLTI reads (male): manusque. The annotators are the well-known humanist jurists Louis le Caron (Charondas) (1534-1613) and Jacques Cujas (1522-1590). The legal humanists were fascinated by the fragments of Roman law that exist outside of the Corpus Iuris Civilis, because they quite rightly thought that they might allow us to check how closely the Corpus follows the original texts that it purports to quote. What relationship this work bears to that of the Roman jurist Ulpian is still controverted today, but it certainly antedates the compilation of the Justinianic Corpus.    
item no. 26Corso, Rinaldo, 1525-ca. 1581Rainaldus CorsusIndagationum iuris libri III4302975t. 1, f. 279vb602  
noteCorso, Rinaldo, b. Verona 1525, d. Strongoli 1582. Indagatio, a rare word, meaning ‘investigation’.    
item no. 27Bolognetus, AlbertusAlbertus BolognetusDe lege, iure et aequitate disputationes4291027t. 1, f. 289rb621  
noteBolognetti, Alberto, b. Bologna 1538, d. Villach 1585.    
item no. 28Joannes a CapistranoIoannes a CapistranoSpeculum conscientiae4321104t. 1, f. 323vb690  
noteGiovanni da Capestrano, b. Capestrano 1386, d. Ilok 1456..    
item no. 29Le Rouillé, Guillaume, 1494-ca. 1550Guillelmus Le Rouille AlenconiensisDe iustitia et iniustitia4327394t. 1, f. 371va786  
noteRouillé, Guillaume le, b. Alençon 1494 – d. Alençon c. 1550. HOLTI reads (male): Iusticie et iniustitia.    
item no. 30Not in HOLLISConstantinus RogeriusDe iuris interpretatione t. 1, f. 386ra815  
noteRogerius, Constantius (Constantinus), fl. 1463.    
item no. 31Not in HOLLISConstantius RogeriusIn de viro l. si vero ff. soluto matrimonio [D.24.3.64.9] eruditisimi commentarii t. 1, f. 394va833  
noteRogerius, Constantius (Constantinus), fl. 1463.    
item no. 32Not in HOLLISConstantinus RogeriusDe legis potentia t. 1, f. 395rb833  
noteRogerius, Constantius (Constantinus), fl. 1463.    
item no. __Gambarus, Petrus AndreaNot in TUI 1584Not in TUI 15841711039    
noteHOLLIS notes that a work by this author entitled De modo disputandi ac ratiocinandi in jure liber primus is found in TUI 1584. It is not, though it is found in Tractatus 1549. HOLLIS adds to the citation of TUI 1584: ‘27 folio, pp. 278-190’, which makes no sense. STC attributes the work to Gambari, Pietro Andrea.    

 

TOME 1 – ‘METADATA’

 

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Spine no sig. 1
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Title page *1r 4
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Gregorio XIII Pontifici Maximo *2r 6
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Lectoribus *4r 10
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Index, Auctorum Omnium **1r 12
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Item Fol. Sig.
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Title page for tom. 1: De iure cognoscendo et interpretando [2r] 46
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Aymarus Rivallius Allobrigis: Iuris civilis historia 3r 48
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Ludovicus Charondas: Ad leges duodecim tabularum liber singularis 267v 578
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Ulpian: XXIX tituli ex corpore Ulpiani 271v 586
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Rainaldus Corsus: Indagationum iuris libri III 279v 602
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Albertus Bolognetus: De lege, iure et aequitate disputationes 289r 621
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Ioannes a Capistrano: Speculum conscientiae 323v 690
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Guillelmus Le Rouille Alenconiensis: De iustitia et iniustitia 371v 786
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Constantinus Rogerius: De iuris interpretatione 386r 815
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Constantius Rogerius: In § de viro l. si vero ff. soluto matrimonio [D.24.3.64.9] eruditisimi commentarii 394v 832
Constantinus Rogerius: De legis potentia 395r 833
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Registrum 404r 851
Blank 404v 852
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