Augspurg; Franckfurt an der Oder: Daniel Walders; Bey Jerem. Schreyen und J. C. Hartmanns, 1711/1712/1713. First Edition. Octavo; , 381, , , 358, , 412, VG; bound in contemporary full vellum, ink titling to spine; mild soiling to vellum; ink stain to part 2 page 66; folding tables tipped in to end of book 1, pages 67, 231, two to 309, five in total; ex-library, with removed label from spine, removed bookplate from front pastedown, small stamp to recto of first title page;
extremely scarce; AG consignment; shelved case 3.
Shelved Dupont Bookstore
Title of part 1: 'Juristisches Repertorium: worinnen nach Ordnung deß Alphabets über dreytausend rare, curieuse und außerlesene casus iuridici von verschidenen Materien...angezeigt werden...'
Samuel Stryk is best known for his 'Usus modernus pandectarum,' which dealt with the reception of Roman law in Germany. He is considered to be one of the most important representatives of the development history of German law in the 17th and 18th centuries. He studied at the University of Frankfurt (Oder), and then went on to a licentiate in law in May 1665 and received his doctorate in law in December. This collection of his 'Examination on feudal law' was published in Franckfurt an der Oder 3 years after his death in 1710.