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Bod-Inc: M-294

Modus Legendi Abbreviaturas, et al.

 

Analysis of Content

[a1r] Modus legendi abbreviaturas in utroque iure. Incipit: ‘[Q]uia preposterus est ordo prius humana petere . . .’ The component parts are in the following order: Feenstra 222-3, (1-4,10-16); Sawicki 110-11, a,b,c(?),h,i,j,k,l,m,n.

[d7v] ‘Registrum ordinis seu processus iudicarii prescripti'.

[e1r] Aurbach, Johannes: Processus iudicarius. See A‑496, but with different ending ‘ . . . et sic titum finit', rather than ‘ . . . aliis dicta sufficiant'.

[l9r] Tractatus praesumptionum. Incipit: ‘[P]resumitur contractatus simulatus sine aliqua probatione hiis casibus . . .’ Explicit: de pac. dota

[m1r] Dominicus de Visentina: ‘Prohemium'. Incipit: ‘[O]mne datum optimum et omne donum profectum . . .’ Explicit: volumine compilabo

[m1r] ‘Capitula archiepiscoporum et episcoporum'.

[m3r] Dominicus de Visentina: Summa qualiter notarii archiepiscoporum et episcoporum debeant officium exercere. Incipit: ‘[N]icolaus miseratione diuina vniuersalis Bononiensis episcopus dilecto suo A. de M. salutem et benedictionem. Querelam accepimus continentem . . .’ Explicit: prosequentes mandamus q etc.

[n10v] Tractatus notariatus. Incipit: ‘[T]ractaturi de arte notarie siue notariatus. Primo videndum est quid sit ars notarie . . .’ Explicit: presentibus ibidem, etc.

[t1r] [Ordo iudicarius: Processus iudicii Antequam.] Incipit: ‘[A]ntequam dicam de processu iudicii notandum est quid sit iudicium . . .’ Explicit: vel corriget, etc.

[t7r] ‘Introductio procurationis'. Incipit: ‘[C]um citatio fundamentum sit ordinis iudiciarii . . .’ Explicit: in rem indebitam, etc.

[t10r] [Gerardus, Monachus: Preface.] Incipit: ‘[Q]uia bone rei dare consilium et presentis . . .’ Explicit: ponit primo registrum On the authorship see Schulte II 314-16.

[t10r] ‘Tituli'.

[t10r] [Gerardus, Monachus]: Defensorium iuris. Incipit: ‘Quibus modis iudicinm(!) instancia perit videamus . . .’ Explicit: breuitatis sufficiant, etc.

[y1r] ‘Tituli'.

[y1r] Innocentius IV, Pont. Max.: Tractatus exceptionum. Incipit: ‘[E]xcipitur contra litteras et sigilla multis modis videlicet . . .’ Explicit: periculo recitanda l.ii, etc.

[y5v] Dinus de Mugello: Tractatus praescriptionum. Incipit: ‘[N]otabiliter collige quod prescriptiones sparsim sunt posite . . .’ Explicit: decet solertiam, etc.

[z1v] Petrus Jacobus de Montepessulano: De arbitris et arbitratoribus. Incipit: ‘[C]irca materiam arbitrorum et arbitatorum notandum quod arbitrorum quidam . . .’ Explicit: iudicando arbitria, etc.

[z4r] Galvanus [Salvianus] de Bononia: Differentiae legum et canonum. Incipit: ‘[S]ecundum canones ante sententiam potest appellari . . .’ Explicit: in secula seculorum. Amen

Imprint

Imprint: [Basel: Johannes Solidi (Schilling), 1476]. Folio.

Remarks: Dalbanne and Droz, followed by CIBN and Sheppard, date to [1476], when Schilling was still at Basel (cf. BMC VIII p. xxvii); BSB‑Ink and Sack date [not after 1476]. Polain assigns to [Cologne or Basel].

Collation

Collation: [a–y10 z8].

References

ISTC: im00753000

Hain: H *11479; R 633 (with falsified date, 1470);

Goff: Goff M‑753;

Proctor: Pr 8733;

Others: BSB‑Ink M‑501; CIBN M‑492; Claude Dalbanne and Eugenie Droz, L'imprimerie à Vienne en Dauphiné au XVe siècle (Paris, 1930), 28, and 90-7, no. IX; Polain 2746; Sack, Freiburg, 2477; Sheppard 2404.

LCN: 14514645

Copies

Copy number: M-294(1)

Binding: Nineteenth-century blind-tooled calf; bound for the Bodleian Library; the gold stamp of the Library on both covers.

Size: 306 × 225 × 48 mm.

Size of leaf: 290 × 205 mm.

Early marginal notes, mostly in one fifteenth/sixteenth-century hand, including comments on and corrections to the text, extraction of key words, ‘nota' marks, and pointing hands, also underlining in the text in black ink. Irregular manuscript foliation: 1-68. Occasional running headings and marginal rubrics.

Provenance: Regensburg, Bavaria, Augustinian Hermits, S. Salvator, S. Nicolaus Tolentinus; inscriptions on [a1r] in sixteenth-century hands(?): ‘Conuentus Ratisbonensis fratrum Eremitarum S. Augustini'; ‘Ad Augustinenses Ratis.' Georg Franz Burkhard Kloß (1787-1854); book-label; sale (1835), lot 2445; purchased for £0. 15. 0; see Books Purchased (1835), 1.

SHELFMARK: Auct. 3Q 4.2.


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