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veiling / Auction 26 Session I. Children's books, Paper Toys, School Plates, Literature, Manuscripts, Old Books / 273-308 Manuscripts
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[Law. Gerard Noodt] (Commentarius in D. Justiniani ... Digesta sive Pandectas (...))"

"Prolegomena ad Pandectas" (general title). "Dictata in pandectas." (title above the notes to the first title of the first part). Manuscript notes, after 1735, closely following the composition of the Leiden 1716 edition (books I-IV), and that of books V-XI (Pars secunda) and XII (Pars Tertia) as published in his Opera Omnia, edition Leiden, 1717, 3 parts in 1 vol., (239),(1 blank); (196),(2 blank); (46) p., contemp. half roan (spine rubbed and corners bumped).
The name of Gerard Noodt is apparently mentioned nowhere in the manuscript; neither is the general title of his work. This manuscript appears to be a neatly worked-out version of lecture notes. Gerard Noodt (1647-1725), Dutch professor of law at the universities of Franeker, Utrecht and Leiden (rector magnificus). He became world famous and an inspiration for the French Revolution for his ideas about the sovereignty of the people. According to Noodt, the highest power does not belong to the king or even to God.
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