114 leaves : paper ; 410 x 270 (265 x 180) mm bound to 420 x 290 mm 1 microfilm reel : negative (MN 02-64) and positive (Robbins MS 80)
Formatted Contents Note
Fol. 1r-114r: "Hec rubrica continuatur hoc ordine secundum raf[faelem] ... et hic sit finis materie appellationum laus deo eius gloriose beate Katerine beato Ieronimo patronis amen 1461. Per angelus de arecio m[illesimo] cccc xliii die 5 semptembris [sic]."
Ms. codex. Title from explicit (fol. 114r). Collation: Paper, fol. iii + 114 + iv; 1-11¹⁰ 12⁸; decorative catchwords at the end of each quire. Layout: Written in two columns of 50 lines; ruled in lead. Script: Written in a semitextualis libraria script by one hand. Marginal notes in cursive in two different hands, one of which also penned an index of select sections on f. iiir (presumably the hand of Lodovico Rosetti , one of the former owners of the codex). Decoration: Paragraph marks in alternating red and blue ink. Binding: Bound in parchment manuscript fragments, one of which can be identified as a leaf from the Codex of Justinian (legible are the headings "Ut actiones et ab herede et contra heredem incipiant" (4.11) and "Ne filius pro patre vel pater pro filio emancipato vel libertus pro patrono conveniatur (4.13)). Shelfmark: Berkeley, CA, The Robbins Collection, UC Berkeley School of Law, Robbins MS 80.
Maffei, D. Angelo Gambiglioni, pages 72-73.
Manuscript once belonged to one Baldassare Rosetti (his signature at the bottom of fol. 1r: "Baldasar Ruseto") and, in 1714, to Lodovico of the same family (his signature on 1r: "Ludovicus Rosettus, 1714 30 aprile").
RBCAG Robbins MS 80
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