DOMAT, J. Legum delectus ex libris digestorum et codicis, ad usum scholae et fori. Accesserunt singulis legibus suae summae earum sententiam brevi complexae. Paris, J.B. Coignard, 1700. (28), 770 pp. W. woodcut ti-vign., engr. & woodcut headpieces. 4°. Cont. full cf. w. raised bands & dec. gilt back. (Spine-ends sl. chipped, corners bumped, occas. trifle foxed). -- J. CUJAS. Paratitla in libros L. digestorum, seu pandectarum Imperat. Justiniani. Cum notis A. Chassanaei (...). Ed. nova (...). Toulouse, P. Salabert (etc.), 1686. (10), 488, (16) pp. Cont. vellum. (A few lvs. loose). -- And 1 o. (3).Ad 1: Jean Domat (1625-1696), intimate of Pascal and entrusted with his private papers. This work is a selection of the most common laws in the collection of Justinian. Ad 2: Jacques (de) Cujas or Cujacius (1522-1590), "the father of the history of law", French jurisconsult and specialist on Justinian. Cujas condensed into short axioms the elementary principles of law, and gave definitions remarkable for their admirable clearness and precision.
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