235 leaves : paper ; 282 x 194 (210 x 145) mm bound to 286 x 200 mm 1 microfilm reel : negative (MN 02-65) and positive (Robbins MS 81)
Extensive marginal notes and corrections (both marginal and interlinear) by the hand of the scribe and by the hand of a contemporary corrector, in Latin and Italian; a few examples of the latter are those appearing on fol. 34r ("li Iudei e li Greci errano in questo"), fol. 93r ("nullo non po iudicare se ipso"), fol. 127r ("lo popolo iudayco"), fol. 137v ("Quando lo marito non pote aver la moglie etc."), fol. 181v ("Quando alcuno volesse intrar a la religion"). On fol. 174r there is a note that seems wriiten in Spanish language: "Como in Franza si impegnao no hentado co homo in clastro."
Ms. codex. A title for the work contained in this manuscript is added twice on fol. 1r, in the lower and in the upper margin, once by a 16th century hand and once by an early 17th century hand. Collation: Paper, fol. i + 235; 1-29 ⁸ 30⁴⁻¹. Watermarks: on the flyleaf, there is an "ancre" enclosed in a circle and with a star at the bottom, not in Briquet; in the manuscript, the watermark resembles a "lettre R", not in Briquet. Contemporary foliation in Roman numerals, in the right upper corner. Catchwords by the hand of the scribe, in the middle of the lower margins on verso, sometimes decorated with black and red pen strokes. No contemporary quire signature is provided. Layout: Written in two columns, 44 lines for each column. Wide margins; frame ruled in dry point and lead. Prickings visible both in the outer margins (one row) and in the upper and lower margins. Script: Written in a cursiva libraria script: very tidy at the beginning of the codex, growing increasingly messy towards the end. The whole manuscript appears to be written by one hand. Decoration: Fol. 1r, a 5-line red initial. Red initials, mostly on 2 lines, throughout the text. Red rubrics, red paragraph signs and many initials in the text touched in red. Binding: Bound in vellum over pasteboard, 17th-18th century. Title on spine: "Summa S. Antonini P.P." Origin: Written in Italy during the second quarter of the 15th century. Shelfmark: Berkeley, CA, The Robbins Collection, UC Berkeley School of Law, Robbins MS 81.
Formatted Contents Note
Fol. 1r-235v: "[rubr.] Prima pars. [text] De peccato igitur tractabitur in ista parte in generali ... fiducia quam habent in Domino non recedunt, non etiam male faciunt."
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On the inside front cover, there are many notes in pencil, 20th century, both in English and Dutch. For example: "Medieval hand. Summa S. Antonini ms. ... ca. 1430". The Dutch hand wrote a note related to the education of children. Many numbers written in pencil (previous call numbers or shelfmarks?): "420022 - 4785/TR", "RZ RZ 210". On the inside back cover, a 20th century hand wrote in pencil the number "300427."