[Southern France], [between 1280 and 1300]
27 leaves : parchment ; 190 x 135 (120 x 90) mm bound to 200 x 145 mm
Commentary on Canon law. Four quires from Summa de casibus poenitentiae by Raymond of Peñafort.
Ms. codex. Spine title. Fol. 1r-27v: "[text] // item potest fieri semper idest tam diebus ... remanet enim ligatus pro aliis//." Collation: Parchment, fol. ii (modern paper) + 27 + ii (modern paper) ; 1⁴ (fol. 4 is missing) 2-4⁸. No catchwords and no contemporary foliation. Layout: Written in 2 columns of 36 lines, below top line. Running titles that spell out "L[iber] III" on the upper margins, in red and blue ink. Wide margins, but no marginal notes and no glosses. Script: Written in textualis libraria script, by one hand, in the late 13th century. Decoration: Red and blue pen flourishing initials on two lines troughout the text. Red and blue paragraphs marks and red rubrics. Binding: Parchment over pasteboard, 17th or 18th century. The spine reads: "Iuris Canonici frag. MSS." Origin: Written in Southern France, at the very end of the 13th century. Shelfmark: Berkeley, CA, The Robbins Collection, UC Berkeley School of Law, Robbins MS 274.
On inside front cover, written in pencil by a 20th century hand, there is the number "519", possibly a former shelfmark.
RBCAG Robbins MS 274
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