Folders 43 and 44 from Robbins MS frag. 24. Leaves from a manuscript with the headings "De capellis monacho[rum]" and "De predicatoribus [et] minorib[us]" the surviving leaves of which deal with clerics and monastics. Numerous holes with some loss of text. Manuscript used for binding and versos are slightly stained.
Ms. leaves. Title devised by cataloger. Collation: Parchment, single sheets. Layout: Written in two columns, of which 65 lines are extant. Ruled in plummet. Script: Written in littera textualis. Decoration: Rubricated, blue intials with contrasting red pen-work flourishes. Origin: Most likeley written in England during the mid-fourteenth century. Shelfmark: Berkeley, CA, the Robbins Collection, UC Berkeley School of Law, Robbins MS frag. 24:27.
Restrictions: Inquiries concerning this item should be directed to the reference librarian for the Robbins Collection.
Manuscripta juridica, 837 and 2831.
Robbins MS frag. 24:27
RBCAG Robbins MS frag. 24:27
Collection of binding waste : fragments of legal manuscripts. Italy ; France ; England, 1175?-1475?
England, between approximately 1325 and 1375?