Lugduni (Lyon): Sumptibus Gabrielis & Samuelis de Tournes, 1700. Original. Hardcover. All Volumes: Brown mottled leather/boards. 5 raised bands with gilt decoration and lettering. Tomus Primus: (28) + 364; Tomus Secundus: (8) + 160 pp. with beautifully-preserved fern placed between two pages; Tomus Tertius: (8) + 160; Tomus Quartus: (14) + 383; Tomus Quintus: (8) + 210; Tomus Sextus: (8) + 264; Tomus Septimus: (8) + 172; Tomus Octavus: (12) + 266; Tomus Nonus: (16) + 608; and Tomus Decimus: (20) + 414 + 376. Bw engraved frontis of Pignatelli in Tomus Primo; decorative title pages with bw illus. at bottom and either red/black lettering or black only. Set in two-column text. Heavy (25 pounds) and will require extra postage. Fair+. Clean and tight but with age toning to text area and foxing to occasional pages. Wear to covers - scuffing, peeling; damage to upper outer corner of Tomus Primo back cover; all volumes have leather missing from head/tail of spine; a few worm holes to spine and back end papers of first book; all end papers wrinkled; ex-libris Rev. Joannis Shanahan (most likely Bishop John Shanahan of the Harrisburg, PA Catholic Diocese, 1899-1916). Item #156446
Giacomo Pignatelli (1625-1698) was an Italian theologian born in the province of Lecce. After moving to Rome, he became an attorney and expert on canon law. Ultimately, he was Prior of the Church of Santa Maria del Pianto, where he spent the rest of his life. In 1668 he published his Consultationes canonicae, which he expanded in subsequent editions, with some editions also published posthumously. The complete set, published in 1700, of this Pignatelli classic. Tomus Decimus contains the general index for the entire set. Humorous little ditty (printed) on the last page of Tomus Quartus!
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