1684 Saxon LAW Civil Criminal Cases Jurisprudence German Benedikt Carpzov JENA

CARPZOV, Benedictus

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Benedikt Carpzov was a 17th-century German criminal lawyer best known for his extensive portfolio of cases. These cases found in his book ‘Processus Juris’ held a substantial influence on the development of German jurisprudence. According to Stintzing,

“in juris process, Carpzov’s last great work summarizes the processulaist content of his earlier works, dealing not only with civil procedure but also with criminal process divided in articles.”

 

This 1684 edition law book covers the due process and legal procedures in Saxony, many of which were taken straight from the examples of ancient Rome.

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1684 Saxon LAW Civil Criminal Cases Jurisprudence German Benedikt Carpzov JENA

 

Benedikt Carpzov was a 17th-century German criminal lawyer best known for his extensive portfolio of cases. These cases found in his book ‘Processus Juris’ held a substantial influence on the development of German jurisprudence. According to Stintzing,

“in juris process, Carpzov’s last great work summarizes the processulaist content of his earlier works, dealing not only with civil procedure but also with criminal process divided in articles.”

 

This 1684 edition law book covers the due process and legal procedures in Saxony, many of which were taken straight from the examples of ancient Rome.

 

Item number: #16174

Price: $750

 

CARPZOV, Benedictus

 

Benedicti Carpzovii, JC., processus juris fori inprimis Saxonici ac judiciorum electoralium synopsis : omnium cujusque tituli articulorum, paragraphorum ac notabilium contenta praecipua & scitu maximè necessaria

 

Jenae: sumptibus Matthaei Birckneri, 1684.

 

Details:

  • Collation: Complete with all pages
    • 338, [18]
    • Wanting pages 1-16, 221-230
  • References: Stintzing-L. II, 94-97
  • Provenance: Armorial Bookplate – Carolus Otto S.R.I. Comes à SALM et Neoburgo ad Öenum
    • Karl Otto, Count of Salm-Neuburg or Karl Otto Graf von Salm-Neuburg (1709-1766) was an Austrian and Moravian nobleman, politician, civil servant, and courtier. From an early age, Karl Otto worked in the provincial offices in Moravia; by 1738 he was a member of the provincial court, then became the governor of the Přerov and Olomouc regions. Eventually he became the imperial chamberlain and later a member of the Imperial Secret Council. From 1755–1763, he was the highest provincial judge in Moravia, where he presided over the Moravian Provincial Tribunal. He completed his career as the supreme court master of Archduchess Maria Joseph (1763–1766).
  • Language: Latin
  • Binding: Leather; tight and secure
  • Size: ~6.5in X 4in (16.5cm x 10cm)
  • Quite rare

 

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16174

Category

Law & Government

Authors

CARPZOV, Benedictus

Printing Date

17th Century

Language

Latin

Binding

Leather

Book Condition

Excellent

Collation

Complete