Corpus juris canonici: Liber Sextus – Fragment
Parchment · 1 double leaf/ 2 leaves (cutting) · 1300 – 1350 CE · England or Northern France · 199/203 x 136/140 mm
Oxford, Bodleian Library, Auct. 2Q 5.19
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A cutting from a bifolium, consisting of two originally consecutive leaves from book three (‘De vita et honestate clericorum’) of the Liber Sextus, promulgated by Pope Boniface VIII in 1298, folded so that what was originally the first leaf now comes second.
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