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Bod-Inc: G-166

Goffredus de Trano

Summa super titulos Decretalium etc.


Analysis of Content

a1r [Title-page.]

a1v ‘Registrum rubricarum.’

a2r Goffredus de Trano: Summa super titulos Decretalium. Incipit:`Incipit summa super titulos Decretalium . . . [G]losarum diuersitas intelligentiam textus nonnunquam obtenebrat . . .’ See G‑165.

p6v [First colophon, dated 26 Jan. 1491.]

aa1r Johannes, Monachus: Defensorium iuris. Incipit:`Incipit defensorium iuris. [Q]uia bone rei dare consilium . . . Ideo ego Johannes Monachus cisterciensis ordinis videns reos propter maliciam actorum . . .’ For the authorship of this work, elsewhere ascribed to Gerardus, monachus, see Schulte II 315-16.

bb1r Innocentius IV, Pont. Max.: De exceptionibus. Incipit:`De exceptionibus contra iudicem. Excipitur si sit ordinarius . . .’ See Schulte II 91-4 and DDC VII 1029-62.

bb1v Dinus de Mugello: De praescriptionibus. Incipit:`Incipit tractatus prescriptionum compositus per dominum Dynum de Mugilo legum doctorem. Prescriptio .xx. horarum. [N]otabiliter collige quod prescriptiones . . .’

bb3r Petrus Jacobi de Aureliaco: De arbitris. Incipit:`Incipit tractatus brevis de arbitris et arbitratoribus. [C]irca materiam arbitrorum . . .’

bb4r Galvanus Salvianus, de Bononia: Differentiae legum et canonum. Incipit:`[S]ecundum canones ante sententiam . . .’ See Schulte II 286.

bb5r Bartolus de Saxoferrato [pseudo-]: De tabellionibus. Incipit:`[T]ractaturi de tabellionibus quorum officium . . .’ On the work see A. Era, ‘Due trattati attribuiti a Bartolo: De tabellionibus e Contrarietates iuris civilis Romanorum et iuris Langobardorum’ in Bartolo da Sassoferrato. Studi e documenti per il VI centenario, ed. D. Segoloni, 2 vols (Milan, 1962), II 217-25.

bb6v [Second colophon, dated 9 Feb. 1491.]

A1r Tudeschis, Nicolaus de: Repetitiones super cap. Ecclesiae S. Mariae et cap. Si quis contra clericum. Incipit:`[E]cclesia sancte Marie et cetera. Famosum capitulum propter magnam materiam . . .’

B5v [Third colophon, dated 3 Feb. 1491.]


Imprint: Venice: Bernardinus Stagninus, de Tridino, 1491. Folio.


Collation: a–l6 m4+1 n–p6 aa bb6 A B6.


ISTC: it00425000

GW: GW 10951;

Hain: HR 15601 + H *12369;

Goff: Goff T‑425;

Proctor: Pr 4833;

Others: Sheppard 3995.

LCN: 14554270


Copy number: G-166(1)

Bound with:
2. Petrus de Ubaldis, De duobus fratribus et aliis quibusdam sociis, Venice, Philippus Pincius, 5 Aug. 1490 (U‑006).

Wanting the blank leaf B6.

Binding: Nineteenth-century calf, bound for the Bodleian Library with an earlier gold-tooled spine reused; the gold stamp of the Library on both covers. Red leather index tabs in both items.

Size: 415 × 286 × 31 mm.

Size of leaf: 407 × 275 mm.

Marginal annotations, extracting key words, and pointing hands, in two different hands, both early; one occurring in both items. Text contained within rules in item 1 only.

On a–c6, m2v, and m3r four-line initials, some with pen-work decoration, and capital strokes are supplied in red.

Provenance: Capuchins of Bar[ ]; in the upper margin of a2r: ‘Loci Capucinorum Bar[ ]'; a similar inscription has been erased on a1r. Johannes Theobaldus Heisch; on a1r: ‘Sum Joannis Theobaldi Heisch'. Anonymous sale (London: R. H. Evans, 11 Mar. 1825), lot 217. Purchased for £1. 11. 6 ; see Books Purchased (1825), 12.

SHELFMARK: Auct. 1Q inf.2.5(1).

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