1 bifolium : paper ; 330 x 223 (250 x 160) mm 1 microfilm reel : negative (MN) and positive (Robbins MS)
This repetitio concerns the rights of clerics to enjoy the patrimonium of their religious foundation. It specifically mentions the church of St. Mary. This could refer to the cathedral in Pisa, where Sandeo taught canon law, which is dedicated to St. Mary of the Assumption. It could also refer to a church in the diocese of Penne and Atri, of which he became bishop in 1495, or Lucca, of which he became bishop in 1499.
Title from fol. 1r. Collation: Paper, fol. 4 (Watermark on folio 2 is similar to Briquet Monts 11808 (Innsbruck, 1490-1501; Nuremberg, 1491-1500; Linz, 1492-93; Hochstädt, 1500) and 11811 (Ratisbonne, 1497-98; Hallstadt, 1500-01), but the cross cut out of its three points (like a Maltese cross); single bifolium. Layout: Written in 30 long lines. Script: Writen in a cursive script by one hand. Decoration: Small pen and ink drawing of tree or flower in left margin of 2r. Binding: Unbound. Wear marks on 1v and 2r suggest it was folded in quarters lengthwise (accordion folds) and stored that way for some time. Shelfmark: Berkeley, CA, The Robbins Collection, UC Berkeley School of Law, Robbins MS 192.
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