[Transaction dated July 4, 1447, relating to the disagreement between the clergy of the cathedral church of Arles and the vicar Dr. Jean Albalet] [manuscript].

Catholic Church.
Other Title:
Copia transactionis inter R. dominum prepositum et venerabilis domino canonicos privilegium? Arlatensis ecclesie super administratione.
Arles, 1447.
22 leaves : paper ; 308 x 218 (212 x 115) mm. bound to 320 x 223 mm.
Arbalet, Jean.
Foix, Pierre de, 1386-1464.
Catholic Church -- Administration.
Catholic Church -- Clergy.
Arles (France) -- History.
Manuscripts, Latin -- 15th century.
Manuscripts, Medieval.
Manuscripts, Renaissance.
Transaction relating to the disagreement between the clergy of the cathedral Church of Arles and the vicar Dr. Jean Albalet over administrative jurisdiction, especially of the "mensa communis," brought to terms by the intercession of the papal legate Cardinal de Foix.
Ms. codex.
Title on f. [i]r: Copia transactionis inter Reverendum[?] dominum prepositum et venerabilis domino canonicos privilegium[?] Arlatensis ecclesie super administratione.
Copy notarized by Petrus Agarius, after the original by Blasius Boysserius (f. 21v).
Collation: Paper, i (modern paper) + ii (19th-century paper) + 22 + i (modern paper); 1²²; [i], 1-21; near-contemporary foliation in ink, lower left recto.
Layout: Written in 27-30 long lines by first hand (f. 1r-4v); written in 24 long lines by second hand (f. 5r-21v).
Script: Written in a bâtarde script by two hands (first hand, f. 1r-4v; second hand, f. 5r-21v).
Decoration: Black strapwork initial (f. 1r).
Watermarks: Similar to Briquet 3536 (France, 1448-1472).
Binding: Modern blue cloth over cardboard.
Origin: Written in Arles, France (f. 1r), 4 July 1447 (f. 1r).
Description of the manuscript in French, probably 19th-century in date, bound in before f. [i].
Generally in good condition. Some staining on corners. Last folio slightly torn.
According to Zacour-Hirsch, Jean Albalet is really Jean Arbelète.
Penn Provenance:
Old shelf number in lower left corner of f. [i]: No. 336.
Acquired, 1966.
Cited in:
Described in Zacour, Norman P. and Hirsch, Rudolf. Catalogue of Manuscripts in the Libraries of the University of Pennsylvania to 1800: Supplement A (2). The Library Chronicle 36 (1970), p. 23 (Ms. Lea 422).
Cited as:
UPenn Ms. Codex 94
Agarius, Petrus, scribe.
Boysserius, Blasius.
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