|Creator:||Innocent V, Pope, approximately 1224-1276|
[between 1300 and 1350]
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Ex libris Convent of San Domenico, Gaeta; HIspanic Society of America (MS B2566). Purchased from Bernard M. Rosenthal, Inc. on the Asahel Henry Grant Fund, 2014.
Ff. 89-80, back flyleaf and former pastedown, is a bifolium in a different, round gothic book hand, containing part of an alphabetical index to an unidentified legal text.
Foliation given as found in the manuscript, including six foliated stubs.
Ownership inscription in the lower margin of f1r: Iste liber est conventus sancti dominici de gayeta ordinis predicatorum...
Laid in: fragment of a description of the manuscript, in French, in a nineteenth-century hand.
Layout: double columns throughout, mostly of 60-65 lines each. Four-column list of chapter headings on f87v-88v.
Script: semi-cursive gothic book hand.
Decoration: two-line initials in pen and ink.
Binding: eighteenth-century half sheep; patterned paper over pasteboards.
Manuscript, on parchment, in at least two hands, of the commentary on the fourth book of Peter Lombard's Sentences by Petrus de Tarantasia's (later Pope Innocent V). This manuscript is a palimpsest; the parchment is from at least three unidentified thirteenth century Italian manuscripts. The first, apparently a glossed legal text, is most apparent at f21-22v.
ii paper + 90 + ii paper l. : parchment ; 335 x 225 mm.
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