Commentary on Decretum Gratiani

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Leipzig, Universitätsbibliothek, Fragm. lat. 126

Ivana Dobcheva, 2017

General Information

Title: Kommentar zu Decretum Gratiani

Material: Pergament

Place of Origin: Italien (?)

Date of Origin: letztes Viertel 12. Jh. / 1. Viertel 13. Jh.

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Frühgotische Minuskel.

Original Condition

Dimensions (Page Height): at least 290 mm

Dimensions (Page Width): at least 190 mm

Height of Written Area: at least 225 mm

Width of Written Area: 155 mm

Number of Lines: at least 50

Number of Columns: 2

Width of Columns: 75 mm

Line Height: 4 – 5 mm

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Wurmfraß und Leim- und Papierreste.

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Rubrizierung: Unterstreichungen.

Content

  • Content Item
    • Text Language: lateinisch
    • Title: Kommentar zum Decretum Gratiani
    • Content Description:

      Kommentierten Textstellen aus Pars II, Causa III, von Quest. V, c. XII, XV bis Quest. IX, c. XX (Lemmata im Original mit schwarzer Tinte unterstrichen, hier fett formatiert).
      Zitate: (1ra) Canonica sanctorum omnes […] ab initio id est ante institutam acusationem ceterum post institutam acusationem si infames fiant non repellentur multa enim consumari possunt quae tamen inchoari non possunt. Ut similiter (?) de publicis iudiciis vel is qui reus factus est. Acusatores vel qui familiaritati nec familiares vel dominio eius inheserunt ...
      Qui suspecti condempnatus extruncat ac (?) suspitionis causa non esse assignandam ... officiant crimina nota crimen et [...] inpedire restitutiones eius qui praeter [...] spoliatus uero (?) quamuis mulier manifeste adultra sit (?) uel consanguinica restinend[um] (?) sit si praeter iuris ordinem destinctio uel (?) a suo patriarcha canonice qui enim minus sollempniter ... Euocatus non occurrit: hi duo notanda praecipue uidentur quia sufficit proclamare iudicem suspectum esse unde nec ad eum uenire ...
      (1vb) Nichilominus quoque puniendi sunt ... Carte quas haec non de libello acusationis accipias ... hoc quoque negotio ... .

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