[between 1453 and 1500]
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Watermark: letter P?.
Script: Copied by various scribes all writing a rapid documentary script (Gothica Cursiva Currens).
Badly deteriorated by glue, worm holes and the fading of the ink on many pages.
Detached from a binding. With the fragments a strip of parchment (goatskin), obviously coming from the same binding, is preserved. It is a fragment (c. 12 lines on both sides) of a Latin manuscript containing an unidentified text of Roman law (Italy, 14th century), written in two columns with a column of gloss at both sides of the text. The handwriting is Southern Textualis Libraria/Formata (Rotunda).
Foliated by cataloger in order suggested by worming. This may not reflect original organization.
Manuscript fragments on paper of loose leaves of a judicial register. The lawsuit before the court of the Parliament of Dauphiné (“curia Dalphinalis parlamenti,” founded 1453) is about land, meadows (“prata”), a barn (“grangia”), and a house.
14 l. ; 258 x 185 mm.
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