Making of modern law: Foreign primary sources, 1600-1970.
Printed in two sections: Decisiones antiquae, 88 leaves of which one is blank, probably printed by Petrus Drach at Speier, c. 1477: Decisiones novas, 151 leaves of which one is blank, probably printed by Bertholdus Ruppel at Basle, c. 1477. Edited by Gulielmus Horborch. 239 leaves, of which two are blank, printed in double columns, 60 lines to a full column. Without title page, pagination, signatures or catchwords. An index of four leaves to the Decisiones antiquae precedes the text; one of twenty-four leaves precedes the Decisiones novae. Decisiones antiquae imperfect, according to Hain, who lists 98 leaves, whereas this copy has 88. Several leaves missing at end. Decisiones novae, according to Hain, should include 144 leaves, whereas this copy has 151. One blank leaf preceding each section is included, as in Hain. Includes index. Reproduction of the original from the Yale Law Library.
Scanned copy imperfect: manuscript notes throughout.