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Colophon, Pontano's Singularia iuris 1471
September 28, 2014
With this final installment on our earliest printed books, we will have covered all the early centers of printing in Italy: Rome, Naples, and now Venice. Printing came to...
Albericus de Maletis, Tractatus seu apparatus de testibus (ca. 1471), colophon
September 26, 2014
Continuing with a review of the earliest printed books in the Yale Law Library, we move from Strassburg in 1471 to Naples, and a printer who learned his craft in Strassburg....
Dominicus de Sancto Geminiano's Super secunda parte sexti libri decretalium (Rome: Adam   Rot, 1471)
September 26, 2014
The third of Yale Law Library’s four books from 1471 is a canon law commentary: Dominicus de Sancto Geminiano’s Super secunda parte sexti libri decretalium (Rome...
September 23, 2014
Navigating the Library Catalogs and Website Wednesday, September 24, 2014 Wednesday, September 24 at 3:10 pm, join Jordan Jefferson, Reference Librarian, for a fifty-minute...
Gratian's Decretum (Strassburg, 1471)
September 22, 2014
A frequent question from visitors is “What is your oldest book?”. For printed books, there are four contenders for the distinction. All of them were printed in 1471,...
September 17, 2014
Guide for Substantial and Supervised Analytical Writing (SAW) Research This student guide for Substantial and SAW research directs you to library resources, librarians and...

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