1611, Hanoviae : Typis Villerianis, impens.
Conr. Biermanni et cons.
Only edition. 8vo. XVI, 964, XLIII pages.
Contemporary vellum in very good condition
with handwritten title. Internally very good and complete.
The only non-incunabula edition of those
treatises related to satanism, staring the Devil himself sending
God to trial, and mixing law and demonology in two extremely
curious and esoteric works. The different incunabula editions
of these books, are almost impossible to find, and copies are
usually not complete.
In Saxoferrato's the devil claims possession
of the sinful human race, and is successfully rebutted by the
Virgin Mary. Teramo's work is larger, and deals with great details
in how Belial, representing Hell, accuses Jesus who is defended
by Moses, as they stand in the court of the King Solomon.
Both texts are extremely hard to come
by, I don't know about any modern edition, although they are
definitely of high interest, what makes this copy quite valuable.
A third work is found after :
Martialis Arverni - Aresta amorum, sive
In Latin & French, this work was
first published in 1533 and deals with curious imaginary trials
related to love.