[Northern France or Germany], [between 1450-1475]
327 leaves : parchment ; 145 x 100 (100 x 65) mm bound to 160 x 120 mm
Formatted Contents Note
Fol. 1rv: "[table of contents] De treuga [sic] et pace XXXIII ... ; fol 2r-327v: [text] // per decretum gratie ... ubi statutum quoque //."
This manuscript is a kind of extensive commentary on the Decretales, the Liber VI and the Clementinae with notabilia, organized in the form of a treatise. The text is acephalous and incomplete. On fol. Ir, there is a French title supplied by a 20th century hand, in pencil, that reads : "Glosse des Decretales de Gregoire et une partie du Corpus Iuris Canonici."
Ms. codex. Title supplied by cataloger. Collation: Parchment, fol. i (modern paper) + 327 + i (modern paper) ; 1-42⁸, but the first quire lacks of fol. 1 and the last one lacks of fol. 3-6. Horizontal catchwords on the right side of the lower margins, on verso of each quire, although not always visible. Original foliation in arabic numerals that goes from 2 to 385, in black ink, in the upper right corner of each folio recto. Modern foliation in pencil. Layout: Written in 19 long lines, below top line. Occasionally glossed in the outer margins, which are quite wide. Ruled in lead and dry point. Prickings in the outer margins. Script: Written in cursiva libraria gothic script. Decoration: Simple red and blue initials, mostly on 1-2 lines, throughout the text. Many initials touched in yellow. Section headings written in textualis libraria script. Binding: Parchment over pasteboards, with semi-Yapp edges, 17th or possibly 18th century. Origin: Written in Northern France or Germany, in the third quarter of the 15th century. Shelfmark: Berkeley, CA, The Robbins Collection, UC Berkeley School of Law, Robbins MS 276.
On inside back cover, there is a tiny label that reads "05.55", possibly from a former owner.
RBCAG Robbins MS 276
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