CINUS de Pistorio (1270-1336/7), In Codicem commentaria. Ffm. 1578.

CINUS de Pistorio (1270-1336/7), In Codicem commentaria. Ffm. 1578.

CINUS de Pistorio (1270-1336/7), (CYNI PISTORIENSIS, Iurisconsulti praestantissimi), In Codicem et aliquot titulos primi Pandectarum tomi, id est Digesti Veteris, doctissima commentaria, nunc Summariis amplius tertia parte auctis, infinitisque mendis sublatis, & Additionibus in margine adiectis, multo diligentius et emendatius quam antea excusa: a Nicolao CISNERO I. U. D. Augustißimae IMperialis Camerae Assessore dignißimo, correcta et illustrata. Frankfurt am Main, Impensis Sigismundi Feyerabendt, apud Ioannem Feyerabendt, 1578. 4to. (Reprint Vico Verlag, Frankfurt am Main 2015) Titelblatt mit Holzschnittbordüre, (7), 571, (29) gezählte Blätter; Titelblatt, 58, (5) gez. Bll. (=zusammen 1.350 S.) Half-linen. Order-no.: IC-41 ISBN: 3-936840-99-7 available First great Commentary about the Codex Iustinianus, the beginning of the epoch of the Commentators! ISBN: 3-936840-99-7


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CINUS DE PISTORIO (ca. 1270 – 1336 oder 1337), an Italian poet and famous jurist, whose full name was Guittoncino de Sinibaldi, was born in Pistoia, of a noble family He studied at Bologna under Dinus Muggellanus and Franciscus Accursius, and in 1307 is understood to have been assessor of civil causes in his native city. In that year, however, Pistoia was disturbed by the Guelph and Ghibelline feud. The Ghibellines, who had for some time been the stronger party, being worsted by the Guellphs, Cino, a prominent member of the former faction, had to quit his office and the city of his birth. It is uncertain how long he remained at the fortress. Cino, the master of Bartolus de Saxoferrato, and of Ioannes Andreae the celebrated canonist, was long famed as a jurist. His commentary on the statutes of Pistoia, written within two years, is said to have a great merit. Coing, Handbuch I, 274; Savigny VI, 71-97; L. Chiapelli, Vita e opere giuridiche di Cino da Pistoia con molti documenti inediti. Pistoia 1881. 1318: für drei Jahre in Trevigi angestellt 1321-23: Lehrtätigkeit an der Universität Siena für 200 Fiorini d`Oro als Kollege von Andreas Pisanus und Federicus Petruccius. 1326: Annahme einer Professur in Perugia 1334: Wechsel an die Universität zu Florenz 1336: Rückkehr nach Pistoia ohne Annahme eines Amtes. Am 23. Dezember Errichtung eines Testaments, verstorben ein Tag später am 24. Dezember. 1337: Im Inventarium über seinen Nachlaß ist als Todesdatum der 28. Januar 1337 vermerkt. Beerdigt wurde Cinus im Dom zu Pistoia in einem prächtigen Grab. Editions of the Commentarius in Codicem um 1480 (sine anno in Straßburg bei Eggesteyn) 1483: in Pavia bei Franciscus Girardengus 1493: in Venedig bei Andreas de Thoresanis de Asula 1517: in Lyon bei Jacques Sacon 1528: (Lyon?) cura Jo. Moylin al. de Cambray, gedruckt durch Vincentius de Portonariis 1547: Lyon in der Druckerei von Thomas Berteau Cino da Pistoia (Cino Sinibaldi) (c. 1270-1336) An Italian poet and jurist, friend of Dante, one of the earliest commentators, professor at Siena, Perugia, and Florence, and master of Bartolus and Joannes Andreae. He introduced the French method of legal dialectic into Italy. His lectures on the Code (Lectura in Codicem) and Lectura in Digestum vetus were highly regarded by Savigny. (David M. Walker, The Oxford Companion to Law, Oxford 1980. p. 218)

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