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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 3.1


Tome 3 of TUI 1584 is devoted to procedure. It is divided into two parts, both of which bear the subtitle De iudiciis (literally ‘On judgments’, but we would get a better sense for what it is all about if we translated ‘On matters brought before a judge’). These paragraphs will serve introduce both parts, but the data only for part 1 is contained below. The data for part 2 will be found here.

As is well known, one of the achievements of the ius commune of the medieval and early modern periods was the creation of Romano-canonical procedure, a procedural system for both civil and criminal cases that is in large measure still in use on the European Continent today, and to some extent in the Anglo-American legal world as well. The treatises in tome 3 do not cover the entire topic of Romano-canonical procedure. They deal with general topics about that procedure and take the order of proceeding (ordo iudiciarius) up to the joinder of issue (litis contestatio). Tome 4 deals with proof, and tome 5 deals with sentences, and the concept of res iudicata. Tome 11 deals more specifically with criminal procedure. Since tome 3 deals with procedure in general it includes some treatises that deal with the entire course of the ordo, including Tancred’s famous ordo iudiciarius (written c. 1215).

Procedural writers had a tendency to write short works, but there are lot of them. Tome 3, part 1 contains 39 items, more than tome 1 (32). While most of the works are practical, a few seem to have been written by authors with a humanist bent. There are some authors who are obscure indeed, but all of them, with the exception of one Spaniard and one Flemming, seem to be either Italian or French.

Tome 3, part 2 contains 54 items, the largest number in any physical volume so far. The methodological balance is the same as that in part 1. Once more, some authors are obscure indeed. Italians and French seem to dominate (with a decided preference for the former); there is one German, one Spanish, and one Netherlandish author. There seems to be more than the usual amount of misattribution, and the cause of it may be that this part contains two important medieval ‘living texts’: the treatise De exceptionibus and that De primo et secundo decreto. The first deals not with the exception as an alternative name for the basic substantive defense, but rather the procedural exceptions that normally had to be made before the litis contestatio. The second deals with contumacy. The seizure of the goods the contumacious defendant leads the organizer of the treatises to think about execution against the defendant’s goods, a topic that we might think belongs at the end of a general treatment of procedure. This is followed by a number of treatises on possessory remedies. The part concludes with three treatises on the recovery of costs.

The list of titles and authors follows the format outlined in the introduction to these pages. There are no records in HOLLIS that are not found here, though there are some items that are not found in HOLLIS that are here, and there is one item in part 1 that HOLLIS misascribes to part 2.

The heading abbreviations and the bibliographical abbreviations are the same as those used throughout these pages. In addition, Bethmann-Hollweg = Moritz August Bethmann-Hollweg, Der Civilprozeß des gemeinen Rechts in geschichtlicher Entwicklung, 6 vols. (Bonn 1864–1874).

After the list of authors and titles there is another list that gives the formal ‘metadata’ of the tome. The foliation in both physical volumes is regular; we have filled it in without comment where it is not visible. The register of part 1 indicates – and this seems to be accurate – that the signatures are A–Z, Aa–Zz, Aaa–Fff, all quaternions except A and Fff, which are ternions. That of part 2 indicates – and, once more, this seems to be accurate – that the signatures are A–Z, Aa–Zz, Aaa–Ddd, all quaternions except Ddd, which is a ternion. The title pages are on fol. 1r. In both physical volumes, the binder added the pastedowns and the freestanding endpapers.

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 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 3.1 – AUTHORS AND TITLES

The following table lists the items in tome 3.1 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. 1Gillotus, JoannesJoannes Gillotus BriennensisDe iurisdictione et imperio4313553t. 3.1, f. 2ra8  
noteGillot, Jean, ?16th c.. The topic was one of considerable interest, particularly in French circles, in the 16th century.    
item no. 2Gulielmus LuveranusGulielmus LuveranusArbor iurisdictionum4321185t. 3.1, f. 18va41  
noteLuveranus, Gulielmus, ?16/1 c.. Mistakenly placed in vol. 3.2 in HOLLIS. Listed as in both TUI 1584 and Lyon 1549. The text is preceded by an illustrated arbor, and the distinctions that it draws resemble those found in the Schema iurisdictionum that is incorporated in contemporary editions of the Corpus iuris civilis. HOLTI is longer: Tractatus in enchiridion dictus arbor jurisdictionum.    
item no. 3Crassis, Joannes deJoannes de GrassisArbor iudiciorum4313648t. 3.1, f. 22rb48  
noteGrassi, Giovanni, b. Castelnuovo Scrivia sec. 15 ineunte, d. Valenza Po 1473. Renzo Villata (DBI and DGI) doubts G’s authorship of this work on good grounds: The preface to the work refers to him in the third person. The work was almost certainly written by one of G’s students on the basis of his lectures.    
item no. 4Bertrand, PierrePetrus Bertrandus ViennensisDe origine iurisdictionum, seu de duabus potestatibus temporali, scilicet, ac spirituali4287864t. 3.1, f. 29va63  
noteBertrand, Pierre, b. Annonay c. 1280, d. Pujaut 1349. The occasion of this item was the Assemblée de Vincennes of 1329. It was written in response to to Pierre de Cugnières, who espoused the royalist position.    
item no. 5OdofredusOdofredusBrevis et utilis tractatus iudiciorum in causis civilibus4342155t. 3.1, f. 32vb69  
noteOdofredo Denari (Odofredus de Denariis), b. Bologna sec. 13 ineunte, d. Bologna 1265. This work does not seem to be O’s. It is a variation on the Iberian ordo iudiciarius with the incipit Ad summariam noticiam, sometimes attributed to one of the canonists who were called ‘Petrus Hispanus’. The connection with O. may be that he used it in his lectures on procedure. See A. Pérez Martín, El derecho procesal del “ius commune” en España (Murcia 1999) 60-2.    
item no. 6Guido de SuzariaGuido de SuzariaDe ordine iudiciorum4368129t. 3.1, f. 34rb72  
noteGuido da Suzzara (de Suzaria), fl. 1247 – d. Bologna 1293. Modern scholarship accepts G’s authorship of this work without much enthusiasm as to its quality (Mazzanti in DBI quoting Bethmann-Hollweg, [1874] 6.1.78: “ein unbedeutendes Büchlein über den Prozeß”).    
item no. 7Gentilis, JacobusJacobus Gentilis PerusinusDe ordine iudiciorum4312744t. 3.1, f. 41ra86  
noteGentili, Iacopo, da Perugia, ?15th c.. The title continues: et primo incipit flos causarum civilium. More work is clearly called for on this treatise and its author. What we can say is that the treatise is not the ordo that is sometimes attributed to Bartolus (Tractatus 1549, t.4, f. 6vb - 7vb), nor is it the ordo Ad summariam noticiam, though it could be derived from one or both of them. This treatise also appears in Tractatus 1549, t.4, f. 8ra - 11ra.    
item no. 8Tancred, ca. 1185-1236TancretusOrdinis iudiciarii tractatus3960404t. 3.1, f. 44ra92  
noteTancredi da Bologna (Tancredus Bononiensis), b. Bologna c. 1185, d. Bologna c. 1236. The HOLLIS record is for the ed. Göttingen 1842. This is probably T’s best-known work, witnessed in many manuscripts, and, ultimately, translated into both French and German.    
item no. 9Cantiuncula, Claudius, d. 1560?Claudius CantiunculaDe officio iudicis4294613t. 3.1, f. 72ra148  
noteCantiuncula, Claudius, b. Metz c. 1490, d. Ensisheim 1549. HOLTI: De officio judicis libri duo. C’s authorship of this treatise is unquestioned.    
item no. 10Not in HOLLISM. M. RavaudusSpeculum iudicum t. 3.1, f. 84va173  
noteRavault, Martin, 16th c.. The work is also in Tractatus 1549, and there is a Paris ed. of 1517.    
item no. 11Reyvaert, Jacob, ca. 1535-1 568Jacobus Raevardus BurgensisProtribunalium liber singularis4354889t. 3.1, f. 87ra178  
noteRaevardus, Jacobus (Reyvaert, Jacob), c. 1535–1568. The HOLLIS record is from ed. Naples 1779, which dates the work to 1565. In Index authorum t.3.1: ‘Jacobus Revardus, Qui dicantur dies sessionum.’ On the title page Qui dicantur etc. appears as the title of cap. j. WorldCat gives the original publication as Brugge, 1565. The coinage ‘protribunalium’ (apparently conceived of as a neuter noun) seems to be derived from D.38.15.2.    
item no. 12PlacentinusPlacentinusDe iudiciis et de traditione eorum in quovis iudico estimantur4350906t. 3.1, f. 92vb189  
notePlacentinus (Piacentino), b. Piacenza 12/2 c., d. Montpellier c. ?1181/2.    
item no. 13PlacentinusPlacentinusDe expediendis iudiciis4350906t. 3.1, f. 94rb192  
notePlacentinus (Piacentino), b. Piacenza 12/2 c., d. Montpellier c. ?1181/2. Not in Index Authorum in t. 3.1. May be a continuation of the preceding treatise.    
item no. 14Socini, Mariano, 1401-1467Marianus SocinusDe iudiciis4372298t. 3.1, f. 96va197  
noteSocini (Sozini, Soccini), Mariano, sr., b. Siena 1397, d. Siena 1467. The attribution of this work has not been doubted, but it is not a treatise in the normal sense of the term. Rather, it is a repetitio on X 2.1.20.    
item no. 15Massa, Antonio, 16th cent.Antonius Massa de GallesioDe iudiciis bonae fidei4338399t. 3.1, f. 101vb207  
noteMassa, Antonio, b. Gallese 1500, d. Roma 1568.    
item no. 16Matthaeis, Antonius, 16th cent.Antonius de Mattheis RomanoTractatus iudiciarius de prorogatione iurisdictionis et fori competentia ac de praeventione: de iure revocandi domum: de revocatione et reorum transmissione4338694t. 3.1, f. 105ra214  
noteMattei, Antonio (de), 16th c..    
item no. 17Trochaeus, Joannes RogeraiusJoannes Rogeraius Trochaeus ParisiensisDe officio iudicis in causis capitalibus ex bono et aequo decidendis4365099t. 3.1, f. 129va261  
noteJoannes Rogeraius Trochaeus Parisiensis, ?16th c.. The BSB digitale Sammlung has ed. Lyon 1550.    
item no. 18Not in HOLLISClaudius SaturninusLibro pandectarum quadragesimo octavo capite XVI de poenis [D.48.19.16] t. 3.1, f. 136ra276  
noteJoannes Rogeraius Trochaeus Parisiensis, ?16th c.. Joannes Rogeraius Trochaeus Parisiensis, ?16th c. Not in Index authorum in v. 3.1. The item is an elaborate commentary on the cited and quoted Digest text of which the Roman author is Claudius Saturninus. The work is part of Trochaeus’ De officio iudicis.    
item no. 19Bianchi, Marcantonio, 1498-1548Marcus Antonius Blancus PatavinusDe compromissis faciendis inter conjunctos ex statutorum dispositione, et de exceptionibus ante litis ingressum4192207t. 3.1, f. 138va281  
noteBianchi, Marcantonio, b. Padova 1498, d. Padova 1548. HOLLIS entry is for separate publication in Lyon 1549.    
item no. 20Bianchi, Marcantonio, 1498-1548Marcus Antonius BlancusDe exceptionibus impedientibus litis ingressum4192207t. 3.1, f. 169rb342  
noteBianchi, Marcantonio, b. Padova 1498, d. Padova 1548. Not in Index authorum in v. 3.1. This is almost certainly part of the preceding treatise (separate author is not given), but what relationship it bears to it requires further exploration.    
item no. 21Bottrigari, Jacopo, 1274-1347Jacobus de Butrigarius BononiensisDe oppositione compromissi et de eius forma4287398t. 3.1, f. 206ra416  
noteIacopo Bottrigari, b. Bologna c. 1274, d. Bologna 1348. HOLTI begins: Tractatus brevissimus sed mire conducibilis.    
item no. 22Oriano, Lanfranco da, d. 1488Lanfrancus de OrianoSolennins, utilis, quotidianus et practicabilis tractatus de arbitris; additis multis aliis questionibus clarissimorum doctorum, et nonnullis additionibus, et apostillis perutilissimis Benedicti de Vadis de foro Sempronii de novo insertis, et sub tali figno () [] notatis4334262t. 3.1, f. 206va417  
noteLanfranco da Oriano (Lanfrancus de Ariadno), b. Oriano 1400 X 1410, d. Brescia 1488. The author of the additiones and apostille (roughly the equivalent of footnotes) is Benedetto Vadi (de Vadis) (16th c.) of Fossombrone (prov. Pesara e Urbino).    
item no. 23Joannes Baptista [Alfani] PerusinusJoannes Baptista PerusinusTractatus egregius de arbitris et compromissis in libros 13 divisus4321218t. 3.1, f. 224vb453  
noteAlfani, Giovanni Battista, d. Perugia 1483.    
item no. 24Bartolo, of Sassoferrato, 1313-1357BartolusQuæstiones in materia arbitrorum cum additionibus Lanfranchini4192189t. 3.1, f. 294va593  
noteBartolo da Sassoferrato (Bartolus de Saxoferrato ), 1313/14–1357. Not in the Index authorum of vol. 3.1. HOLLIS record refers to both Lyon 1549 and TUI 1584. The attribution of this treatise to Bartolus is not without doubt. Lange/Kriechbaum, Kommentatoren 728. So far as the author of the additiones is conerned, he is described later in the work as Jacobus Lanfranchinus Veronensis (?15th c.).    
item no. 25Joannes Baptista, de Sancto BlasioBaptista a Sancto Blasio PatavinusDe differentiis inter arbitrum et arbitratorem4321185t. 3.1, f. 296ra596  
noteBattista, da Sambiagio, b. Padova c. 1425, d. ?Verona ?Brescia 1492.    
item no. 26Jacobi, Petrus, fl. 1311-1329Petrus Jacobus a Monte PessulanoDe arbitris et arbitratoribus4317874t. 3.1, f. 309va623  
noteJacobi (Jame d’Aurillac), Pierre, b. Aurillac c. 1270, d. Clermont 1347. Whether this item is an extract from his better-known Practica aurea or a separate work requires further exploration.    
item no. 27Garzoni, Girolamo, 16th cent.Hieronymus Garzonius AuximatisDe laudo meri iuris4317168t. 3.1, f. 310rb624  
noteGarzoni, Girolamo, 16th c..    
item no. 28Bartolo, of Sassoferrato, 1313-1357BartolusDe consiliis habendis4192207t. 3.1, f. 330va665  
noteBartolo da Sassoferrato (Bartolus de Saxoferrato ), 1313/14–1357. HOLLIS 4192207 has both Lyon 1549 and TUI 1584. HOLLIS 4192043 refers only to TUI 1584. Bartolan authorship of this work is highly doubtful. He may have written additiones to it. Lange/Kriechbaum, Kommentatoren 729.    
item no. 29Scala, Pace, -1604Pax Scala PatavinusDe consilio sapientis in forensibus causis adhibendo libri IIII4008316t. 3.1, f. 331va667  
noteScala, Pace, d. 1604. HOLLIS entry if for the ed. Venice 1560.    
item no. 30Aufrère, Étienne d’ [d. 1511]Stephanus Aufrerius TholosanusDe recusatione4192545t. 3.1, f. 355va715  
noteAufréri, Étienne, b. Poitiers c. 1458, d. Toulouse 1511. HOLLIS record is for both Lyon 1549 and TUI 1584. HOLTI begins: Tractatus practicis multum necessarius.    
item no. 31Oriano, Lanfranco da, d. 1488Lanfrancus de AriadnoDe recusationibus4334131t. 3.1, f. 359ra722  
noteLanfranco da Oriano (Lanfrancus de Ariadno), b. Oriano 1400 X 1410, d. Brescia 1488.    
item no. 32Caccialupi, Giovanni Battista, d. 1496Joannes Baptista de CaccialupisDe advocatis4288095t. 3.1, f. 359vb723  
noteCaccialupi, Giovanni Battista, b. San Severino Marche c. 1425, d. Roma 1496.    
item no. 33Politi, LancelottoLancellotus PolitiDe officio advocati4351226t. 3.1, f. 362ra728  
notePoliti, Ambrogio Catarino (Lancellotto de), b. Siena 1484, d. Napoli 1553.    
item no. 34Ubaldi, Baldo degli, 1327?-1400Baldus de PerusioDe tabellionibus, cum aliquibus additionibus Martini de Fano4195558t. 3.1, f. 364va733  
noteBaldo degli Ubaldi (Baldus de Ubaldis, Baldus Perusinus), b. Perugia 1327, d. Pavia 1400. The author of the ‘additiones‘ is Martino del Cassero da Fano (b. Fano c. 1190, d. ?Bologna p. 1272). It is clear that Martino did not write additiones to the work of a man who was born a half a century after his death. Martino was, however, a well-known writer on procedure, so these ‘additiones‘ may be derived from a genuine work of his.    
item no. 35Crassis, Joannes deJoannes de GrassisDe substantialibus procuratorii, et de his quae contra illud obiici possunt, cum novis additionibus4313677t. 3.1, f. 366vb737  
noteGrassi, Giovanni, b. Castelnuovo Scrivia sec. 15 ineunte, d. Valenza Po 1473. The work is said to have ‘new additions’.    
item no. 36Poulvé, Adrien, 16th cent.Adrianus PulvaeusDe alienatione iudicii mutandi causa facta, deque litigiosis et actionum cessione4355207t. 3.1, f. 375va755  
notePoulvé, Adrien, fl. 1554–90.    
item no. 37Severoli, Ercole, 16th cent.Hercules Severolus FaventiniDe remissionibus litigatorum4365099t. 3.1, f. 378va761  
noteSeveroli, Ercole, 16th c..    
item no. 38Gutiérrez, JuanJoannes Guterius Placentini HispaniDe actibus iudicialibus iuratis4320824t. 3.1, f. 383ra770  
noteGutiérrez, Juan, d. ?1618. HOLTI begins: [Tractatus tripartitus de juramento confirmatorio]. pt. 3.    
item no. 39Zanetinis, Hieronymus deHyeronimus de Zanetinis BononiensisDe foro conscientiae et contentioso4376134t. 3.1, f. 405ra814  
noteZanettini (de Zanetinis), Girolamo, b. Bologna ... , fl. 1457 – d. Bologna 1493.    

 

TOME 3.1 – ‘METADATA’

Item Vol. Fol. Seq.
Spine t.3 p.1 no f. 1
Front cover t.3 p.1 no f. 2
Front pastedown, with bookplate t.3 p.1 no f. 3
Blank freestanding endpaper t.3 p.1 no f. 4
Blank freestanding endpaper t.3 p.1 no f. 5
Title Page: De iudiciis, pars prima t.3 p.1 [1r] 6
Index Auctorum t.3 p.1 [1v] 7
Joannes Gillotus Briennensis: De iurisdictione et imperio t.3 p.1 2r 8
t.3 p.1 2v 9
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t.3 p.1 17v 39
t.3 p.1 18r 40
Gulielmus Luveranus: Arbor iurisdictionum t.3 p.1 18v 41
t.3 p.1 19r 42
t.3 p.1 19v 43
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t.3 p.1 20v 45
t.3 p.1 21r 46
t.3 p.1 21v 47
Joannes de Grassis: Arbor iudiciorum t.3 p.1 22r 48
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t.3 p.1 29r 62
Petrus Bertrandus Viennensis: De origine iurisdictionum, seu de duabus potestatibus temporali, scilicet, ac spirituali t.3 p.1 29v 63
t.3 p.1 30r 64
t.3 p.1 30v 65
t.3 p.1 31r 66
t.3 p.1 31v 67
t.3 p.1 32r 68
Odofredus: Brevis et utilis tractatus iudiciorum in causis civilibus t.3 p.1 32v 69
t.3 p.1 33r 70
t.3 p.1 33v 71
Guido de Suzaria: De ordine iudiciorum t.3 p.1 34r 72
t.3 p.1 34v 73
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Jacobus Gentilis Perusinus: De ordine iudiciorum t.3 p.1 41r 86
t.3 p.1 41v 87
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t.3 p.1 43r 90
t.3 p.1 43v 91
Tancretus: Ordinis iudiciarii tractatus t.3 p.1 44r 92
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Claudius Cantiuncula : De officio iudicis t.3 p.1 72r 148
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M. M. Ravaudus: Speculum iudicum t.3 p.1 84v 173
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Jacobus Raevardus Burgensis: Protribunalium liber singularis t.3 p.1 87r 178
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Placentinus: De iudiciis et de traditione eorum in quovis iudico estimantur t.3 p.1 92v 189
t.3 p.1 93r 190
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Placentinus: De expediendis iudiciis t.3 p.1 94r 192
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t.3 p.1 95r 194
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t.3 p.1 96r 196
Marianus Socinus: De iudiciis t.3 p.1 96v 197
t.3 p.1 97r 198
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t.3 p.1 101r 206
Antonius Massa de Gallesio: De iudiciis bonae fidei t.3 p.1 101v 207
t.3 p.1 102r 208
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t.3 p.1 104v 213
Antonius de Mattheis Romano: Tractatus iudiciarius de prorogatione iurisdictionis et fori competentia ac de praeventione t.3 p.1 105r 214
t.3 p.1 105v 215
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t.3 p.1 129r 262
Joannes Rogeraius Trochaeus Parisiensis: De officio iudicis in causis capitalibus ex bono et aequo decidendis t.3 p.1 129v 263
t.3 p.1 130r 264
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Claudius Saturninus: Libro pandectarum quadragesimo octavo capite XVI de poenis [D.48.19.16] t.3 p.1 136r 276
t.3 p.1 136v 277
t.3 p.1 137r 278
t.3 p.1 137v 279
t.3 p.1 138r 280
Marcus Antonius Blancus Patavinus: De compromissis faciendis inter conjunctos ex statutorum dispositione, et de exceptionibus ante litis ingressum t.3 p.1 138v 281
t.3 p.1 139r 282
t.3 p.1 139v 283
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t.3 p.1 168r 340
t.3 p.1 168v 341
Marcus Antonius Blancus: De exceptionibus impedientibus litis ingressum t.3 p.1 169r 342
t.3 p.1 169v 343
t.3 p.1 170r 344
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Jacobus de Butrigarius Bononiensis: De oppositione compromissi et de eius forma t.3 p.1 206r 416
Lanfrancus de Oriano: Solennins, utilis, quotidianus et practicabilis tractatus de arbitris t.3 p.1 206v 417
t.3 p.1 207r 418
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t.3 p.1 224r 452
Joannes Baptista Perusinus: Tractatus egregius de arbitris et compromissis in libros 13 divisus t.3 p.1 224v 453
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Wrong running head t.3 p.1 284v 573
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Bartolus: Quæstiones Bartoli in materia arbitrorum cum additionibus Lanfranchini t.3 p.1 294v 593
t.3 p.1 295r 594
t.3 p.1 295v 595
Baptista a Sancto Blasio Patavinus: De differentiis inter arbitrum et arbitratorem t.3 p.1 296r 596
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Petrus Jacobus a Monte Pessulano: De arbitris et arbitratoribus t.3 p.1 309v 623
Hieronymus Garzonius Auximatis: De laudo meri iuris t.3 p.1 310r 624
t.3 p.1 310v 625
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t.3 p.1 318r 640
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t.3 p.1 330r 664
Bartolus: De consiliis habendis t.3 p.1 330v 665
t.3 p.1 331r 666
Pacius Scala Patavinus: De consilio sapientis in forensibus causis adhibendo libri IIII t.3 p.1 331v 667
t.3 p.1 332r 668
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t.3 p.1 354r 712
t.3 p.1 354v 713
t.3 p.1 355r 714
Stephanus Aufrerius  Tholosanus: De recusatione t.3 p.1 355v 715
t.3 p.1 356r 716
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t.3 p.1 357v 719
t.3 p.1 358r 720
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Lanfrancus de Ariadno: De recusationibus t.3 p.1 359r 722
Joannes Baptiste de Caccialupis: De advocatis t.3 p.1 359v 723
t.3 p.1 360r 724
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t.3 p.1 361r 726
t.3 p.1 361v 727
Lancellotus Politus : De officio advocati t.3 p.1 362r 728
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Baldus de Perusio: De tabellionibus, cum aliquibus additionibus Martini de Fano t.3 p.1 364v 733
t.3 p.1 365r 734
t.3 p.1 365v 735
t.3 p.1 366r 736
Joannes de Grassis: De substantialibus procuratorii, et de his quae contra illud obiici possunt, cum novis additionibus t.3 p.1 366v 737
t.3 p.1 367r 738
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Adrianus Pulva: De alienatione iudicii mutandi causa facta, deque litigiosis et actionum cessione t.3 p.1 375v 755
t.3 p.1 376r 756
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Hercules Severolus Faventini: De remissionibus litigatorum t.3 p.1 378v 761
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Joannes Guterius Placentini Hispani: De actibus iudicialibus iuratis t.3 p.1 383r 770
t.3 p.1 383v 771
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Hyeronimus de Zanetinis Bononienis: De foro conscientiae et contentioso t.3 p.1 405r 814
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Finis. Registrum t.3 p.1 412v 829
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