133 leaves : paper ; 100 x 150 (70 x 130) mm bound to 105 x 155 mm 1 microfilm reel : negative (MN 03-92) and positive (Robbins MS 118)
Ms. codex. Title from fol. iiir. Title on spine reads "Miscellanea juridica 1700." Collation: Paper, fol. iii + 133; fol. 1-95 foliated in ink, in the same hand as manuscript; fol. 96-133 foliated in pencil in a modern hand. Layout: Written in 18 long lines. Script: Written in a cursive script by one hand. Shelfmark: Berkeley, CA, The Robbins Collection, UC Berkeley School of Law, Robbins MS 118.
Formatted Contents Note
Fol. 1r-125r: "Abbatissa potest conferre ecclesias et preficia et instituere clericos ... Ille non iustus este, qui intellegit iusta, sed qui ex voluntate iuste agit ..." ; fol. 125v-133v: blank.
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An old shelfmark penciled in red on front and back pastedowns reads "K12." At the beginning of the 18th century the book was the property of one Johannes Henricus Reichart (owner's mark and a date, 1709, at the bottom of fol. iii recto); it might have been no. 2349 in his library (number on fol. iii recto).