Fol. 131r. Ex[tra] de ferijs Ex[tra] de pent. & re[m]issio[n]ib[us].
Compendium of extracts from canon law, papal bulls, and theological works, including a papal letter of Sixtus IV concerning the Franciscans; extracts from or an an abridgement of Baptista's Summa Roselle or Summa casuum conscientiae; the Decretum abbreviatum attributed to João de Deus; extracts from De septem sacramentis, possibly the Summa de sacramentis; Hugo Ripelin de Argentina's Compendium theologicae veritatis; Casus reservati papa; a treatise on penance which the manuscript seems to attribute to Alexander de Nevo; extracts from papal documents and canons, including Eugenius IV's Dilecte filii of 1445; ordo and prayers for the commendation of the soul; rubrics from the first book of the Decretales; incipits from the epistles and the gospels followed by incipits of Psalms; and extracts from the Decretales. Folios 1, 2, 3, 38, 40, 44, and 46 have been cut out and replaced. Two cancelled folios appear to have been made into endpapers.
Ms. codex. Title devised by cataloger. Collation: Parchment and paper (watermarks: two fleurs, one similar to Briquet 6597 and the other to 6560), fol. i + 132; 1-10¹² 11¹⁴⁽⁻̕¹⁻¹¹⁾. Parchment and paper interleaved within quires. Layout: Long-lines of 42-56 lines; ruled in dry-point and ink; written above and below top-line. Script: Written in littera rotunda with a few additions by later hands writing in semi-textualis and textualis currens. Decoration: Rubrics and red paraph marks throughout. Origin: Written in Italy, probably northern Italy, during the fourth quarter of the fifteenth century. Shelfmark: Berkeley, CA, the Robbins Collection, UC Berkeley School of Law, Robbins MS 296.
Murani, G. Initia operum iuris canonici medii aevi, http://home.uni-leipzig.de/jurarom/manuscr/murano/initican.htm. Stegmüller, F. Repertorium commentariorum in Sententias Petri Lombardi, 1: 214. Stegmüller, F. Repertorium commentariorum in Sententias Petri Lombardi, 1: 368. Manoscritti francescani della Biblioteca Nazionale di Napoli, 1: 200-VI.G.41. Bartoniek, E. Codices latini medii aevi, 327. In principio, 5438.
Bound in wood boards, with remnants of brown leather covers and brass clasps. Spine missing. Upper board detached. Endpapers appear to have been excised from the manuscript.
RBCAG Robbins MS 296
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