[Decretales Gregorii IX] [manuscript].

Catholic Church.
Standardized Title:
Decretales Gregorii IX
[France, between 1280 and 1299]
361 leaves : parchment ; 320 x 180 (main text 166 x 88, gloss up to 292 x 165) mm. bound to 339 x 208 mm.
Canon law -- Early works to 1800.
Glosses (annotations)
Manuscripts, Latin -- 13th century.
Manuscripts, Medieval.
Compilation of canon law made by Raymond of Peñafort by order of Pope Gregory IX, with gloss by Bernardo Bottoni, concerning jurisdiction, civil legal processes, clerics and regulars, marriage, and criminal procedure.
1. f.3-88: Liber I, De iudice.
2. f.88-157: Liber II, De iudiciis.
3. f.158-240: Liber III, De vita et de honestate clericorum.
4. f.241-261: Liber IV, De sponsalibus et matrimoniis.
5. f.261v-262v: Tractatus de consanguinitate.
6. f.262v-356: Liber V, De actionibus et inquisitionibus et denunciatoribus.
Ms. codex.
Title supplied by cataloger.
Collation: Parchment, v + 355 + i; 1² 2-12¹² 13⁸ 14¹⁵ (+15) 15-18¹² 19¹⁴ 20¹² 21⁹ (+9) 22-30¹² 31²; f. iv-v are a later bifolio inserted in the middle of the bifolio forming f. 1-2.
Layout: Main text written in two columns of 39 lines, surrounded by two columns of gloss of varying length.
Script: Written in a gothic bookhand with the glossing script smaller and slightly less formal; annotations in a 14th-century English hand which also added cadels (as on f. 2-21, for example).
Decoration: Four penwork title panels and five large flourished initials (f. 3, 88, 158, 241, 262, no penwork panel on f. 241) in red and blue at the opening of the five books; two diagrams in red and black concerning consanguinity and affinity (f. 261v, 262r); running heading of book number in alternate letters of red and blue, paragraph marks in red and blue, one-line initials in red or blue stroked red, two-line initials of blue flourished red; small informal drawings of pointing hands, faces, or animals; some lightly glossed pages have gloss formed in patterns (as on f. 48r, 58r, 246r, 255v).
Binding: 18th-century half calf, spine in six compartments is gilt tooled but very worn (Fogg).
Origin: Written in France between 1280 and 1299 (Fogg).
Local notes:
Lawrence J. Schoenberg & Barbara Brizdle Manuscript Initiative.
Penn Provenance:
The name Maistre Jacques Dubon (?) appears among notes in 15th- and 16th-century French on the added leaf at the end of the volume.
Sold in the collection of the Rev. James Henthorn Todd (1805-1869), Regius Professor of Hebrew and Librarian at Trinity College, Dublin, by John Fleming Jones, Dublin, 1869; purchased by Sir Thomas Phillipps(1792-1872); Phillipps ms. 23022 (inside upper cover and f. 1).
Printed label inside upper cover: A. H. Spencer Pty. Ltd., Melbourne, Australia.
Sold by Sam Fogg (London), 2007.
Cited as:
UPenn Ms. Codex 1059
Raymond, of Peñafort, Saint, 1175?-1275, compiler.
Bottoni, Bernardo, d. 1266, commentator for written text.
Todd, James Henthorn, 1805-1869, former owner.
Phillipps, Thomas, Sir, 1792-1872, former owner.
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