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The James Catalogue Of Western Manuscripts



B.14.10


  • Shelfmark: B.14.10
  • Manuscript Title: DEAD BROTHER'S WIFE
  • James Number: 296  View Printed Catalogue Entry
  • Date: Cent. xvi. [c.1530]
  • Physical Description: 23 lines to a page. Well written in italic hand with a neat piece of ornament at the beginning.
  • Binding:   Italian stamped leather with gold tooling, and on each side lettered CONS . PRO . REGE Ä€GLIAE.
  • Provenance: 

    At the end in a hand not that of the scribe, but contemporary: Ita, ut superius per me conclusum est iuris esse arbitror et propterea manu propria subscripsi Ego Vaconius de Vacuna Ll. interpres ac publiqe legens Illmi ac Rmi Carlis Ursini subditus et eius gratia impresentiarum familiaris. cuius authoritate fretus haec palam ausus sum edere. Salua semper S. R. E. determinatione . cui me subijcio. This is no doubt the author's autograph.

  • Donor: Given by Nevile.
  • Size (cms): 23.5 x 17
  • Support: Paper
  • Language: Latin
  • Century: 16th century
  • Folio: 23 ff. written.
  • Collation: 
  • Title (xvii) on fly-leaf:
    Disputacio an Pontifex possit dispensare ut frater accipiat uxorem fratris. A Vaconio de Vacunia.
    Inc. Magna est profecto veritatis vis, quae licet fictionibus simulationibus seu quauis re aliqua obruatur.
 
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