Notitia Dignitatum

 
 
 
 

This magnificent code contains 12 treatises, including an extraordinarily interesting text, which transmits to the reader the organizational structure of the Roman empire through the hierarchically ordered mention of all the offices designated to carry out the functions of government in the name of the emperor, as representatives of the authority. This is the meaning of the abbreviated expression “Notitia Dignitatum”.

Preserved in the National Library of Madrid, Res. 36 (Madrid, Spain).

 
 
 
 
FEATURES

Code of the fifteenth century.
Preserved in the National Library of Madrid, Res. 36 (Madrid, Spain).
Volume format: 208 x 28 mm.
336 pages and over a hundred miniatures.
Special paper in aged parchment.
Leather binding on wooden support with metal closures.
Unique and limited edition of 995 copies, certified and numbered by notarial deed


 
FEATURES

Code of the fifteenth century.
Preserved in the National Library of Madrid, Res. 36 (Madrid, Spain).
Volume format: 208 x 28 mm.
336 pages and over a hundred miniatures.
Special paper in aged parchment.
Leather binding on wooden support with metal closures.
Unique and limited edition of 995 copies, certified and numbered by notarial deed


 


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