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Decreti huius amplissimum argume[n]tum : consanguinitatis & affinitatis arbor istic imprimitur. fo. ccclxxxv : hic diuisiones domini Archidyaconi hic reperiuntur : adduntur biblie capita caractere textuali impressa : pregnans tabula pro glosaru[m] medullis in marginibus positis : canonum congregatio perfecta sub indice fidelissimo : varia carmina totam breuiter materiam complectentia : inest decretum abbreuiatum enigmata succincte resoluens : seorsum concilia sunt hic diuersis ex locis coadunata : Margarita seu tabula Martiniana nuperrime recognita hic inferitur.

Author/Creator:
Gratian, 12th cent.
Standardized Title:
Decretum
Publication:
In inclyta vrbe Lugdunen[sis] : Per Franciscum Fradin, anno ... MDXII die v[er]o XXX mensis Octobris [30 Oct. 1512]
Format/Description:
Book
CCCCXXVI, [22], XXXVIII, [2] leaves : ill. (woodcuts) ; 43 cm (fol.)
Fingerprint:
e-in eiae tela heti (3) 1512 (R)
Subjects:
Gratian, 12th cent. Decretum.
Canon law -- Early works to 1800.
Affinity (Canon law)
Canon law.
Consanguinity (Canon law)
Place of Publication:
France Lyon.
Contents:
Decretum
Canones penitentiales
Gratiani vita
Decretum abbreuiataum in oratione soluta
Decretum abbreuiatum in versibus
Materia xxxvj causarum
Capitula Decreti per ordinem alphabeti
Concilia Decreti cum canonibus vniuersis sub eis contentis
Glosarum Decreti medulle in marginibus signate
Margarita Decreti.
Notes:
Decretum Gratiani is a compilation of canon law created in the 12th century by Gratian intended to be used as a legal textbook; Decretum Gratiani is the first part of a collection of 6 legal texts comprising the body of canon law, known as "Corpus juris canonici".
Imprint from colophon on leaf CCCCCXXXVI.
Text of Decretum is surrounded by glossa of Bartolomeo da Brescia based on that of Joannes Teutonicus.
Text in 4 columns, consisting of 83 lines of commentary in 2 outer columns surrounding 47 lines of text in 2 inner columns.
Addenda "Canones penitentiales quorum notitia viris ecclesiasticis est valde necessaria" and "Gratiani vita" follow main text on leaves CCCCXXIIII-CCCCXXVI.
Includes "Margarita Decreti, seu, Tabula Martiniana edita [per] fratre[m] Martinu[m] Ordi[ni]s P[rae]dicato[rum] d[omi]ni pape penitentiariu[m] capellanum.hic inferitur' by Martinus Polanus on leaves I-XXXVIII (2nd pagination sequence)
Title page in red and black.
Leaves numbered on recto only.
Signatures: a-z⁸ A-Z⁸ 2a-2g⁸ 3a-3g⁸ 3h⁶.
Register on leaf CCCCCXXXVI.
Verse in 6 lines following "Ad lectorum" under woodcut printer's device reads: Moribus instruit ... .
Woodcut vignette on t.p. is printer's device, printed in black with monogram FF printed in red appearing within shield; also with woodcuts "Arbor consanguinitatis and "Arbor affinitatis" on facing leaves CCCLXXXV (verso) and CCCLXXXVI (recto); woodcut ill. on verso of leaf a1 is image of Gratian in his study surrounded by biblical half figures.
Printed marginalia.
Leaves XX-XXII of 1st pagination sequence misfoliated as XXI-XXIII.
Local notes:
Lea Library copy has bookplate of Henry Charles Lea with his signature dated 1864 on front free endpaper.
Lea Library copy bound in blind embossed vellum and blind stamping over wooden boards with clasps partially remaining; boards detached from text block.
Lea Library copy has marginal ms. annotations; front free endpaper has printed entry in French, clipped from bookseller's catalogue "Catalogue de Tross, 1860" [i.e. Catalogue de livres anciens qui se trouvent à la librairie Tross, à Paris] descrbing a 13th c. manuscript copy of "Decretum" for sale that bears ms. note and autograph of Bartolomeo da Brescia proving that his commentary was based on that of Joannes Teutonicus; bookseller's description is overmounted on another slip with facsimile of Bartolomeo de Brescia's passage reading: Quonia[m] nouis superuenientibus causis ...
Penn Provenance:
Lea, Henry Charles, 1825-1909 (autograph) (bookplate)
Penn Chronology:
1512
Contributor:
Catholic Church.
Gratian, 12th cent.
Fradin, François, ca. 1470-1537, printer.
Henry Charles Lea Library (University of Pennsylvania)
Joannes, Teutonicus, -1245?
Contains:
Astesano, d. 1330? Canones poenitentiales.
Martinus, Polonus, d. 1279. Margarita Decreti.
Bartolomeo, da Brescia, d. 1258. Glossa ordinaria Decreti.
OCLC:
654110911
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