FELINUS SANDEUS (1444-1503), Commentaria in Decretales. 4 Tle., Lyon 1549.

FELINUS SANDEUS (1444-1503), Commentaria in Decretales. 4 Tle., Lyon 1549.

FELINUS SANDEUS (1444-1503), Pars prima (…tertia) operum Felini Sandei. In quinque libros Decretalium Commentaria eruditissima, iam tandem maximis sudoribus vigiliisqie emunctissie excusa. Illustrata etiam utilissimis maximeque necessariis Additionibus & Apostillis Benedicti Vadi Forosempronensis, Andr. Mocenigo, Philip. Simonetae & Io. a Gradi. viirorum sane inter Iuris professores haud vulgatae eruditionis. Novissime autem omnia nunc summa diligentiae in lucem emissa. Lyon, Per Georgium Regnault, 1549. Groß-Folio (Original-Folio). (Reprint Vico Verlag, Frankfurt am Main 2015) (I. & II.) Ttlbl. mit Holzschnittbordüre, 243 gezählte Blätter; Ttlbl. mit Holzschnittbordüre, 206 gezählte Blätter; Letztes Blatt: Excudebant Petrus Compater, & et Blasius Guido. (III.) 225gezählte Blätter, 1 w.Bl.; 142gez. Bll.(zusammen: 1.632 S.) 4 parts in 2 half-linen volumes. order-no.: IC-32 ISBN 978-3-86303-380-4 available Felinus Sandeus is the first Canonist of the modern Jurisprudence!

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FELINUS SANDEUS (1444-1503), italian teacher of canon law, born in Felina near Reggio. He studied in Ferrara, where he taught canon law from 1466, he was appointed professor of canon law at Pisa in 1474 and a judge of the Rota Romana in 1486. He was elected bishop of Penne-Altri and coadjutor of Lucca in 1495, and succeeded as bishop of Lucca in 1499; he died in Lucca in October 1503. His magnificent library (the Bibliotheca Feliniana) forms part of episcopal library of Lucca and contains various unpublished works of his. He had a high reputation as a canonist and papal adviser; his Lectura, a commentary on the Decretales Gregorii IX., was frequently republished, the first print was in venice 1497-1498. The Commentary in quinque libros Decretalium is devided in three parts and included all parts of Decretales. The Commentaria is the first commentary in the canon law, which separeted the parts of church and the parts of law in the Decretales. Felinus Sandeus has written the first iuridical Commentary of Decretales.

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