As manuscripts no. 323 and 324 a Karlsruhe manuscript with a title of the Lex Alamannorum and a fragment of the Lex Ribuaria (now part of a Graz manuscript) could be newly included.
Keeping up to date with the recent publication of relevant literature and especially of new digital images made available by the various libraries is not an easy task – especially when working not exclusively on one project. We are therefore Continue reading
We now offer an index to Heinrich Brunner’s “Deutsche Rechtsgeschichte”, which was prepared under the auspices of Anja Holtschneider, staff member of the project “Capitularia. Edition of the Frankish Capitularies“. This provides a direct access to all passages that mention Continue reading
In the current issue (133) of the Zeitschrift der Savigny-Stiftung für Rechtsgeschichte (Romanistische Abteilung) our staff member Dominik Trump, M.A. published an essay on the Epitome Aegidii excerpt of the Milanese Codex A. 46 inf. In addition to a detailed Continue reading
The Bibliotheca legum now offers a short description of the fragment Vatican City Vat. Lat. 15204c, which only contains the rubric of title 91,2 (B-text).
Konrad Peutinger had in his library a copy of a no longer existing Lex Baiuvariorum manuscript. In the recently published catalog for the exhibition “Gesammeltes Gedächtnis. Konrad Peutinger und die kulturelle Überlieferung im 16. Jahrhundert” (Collected memory . Konrad Peutinger Continue reading
The Bibliotheca legum now offers two new codices: Cologne, Historisches Archiv, W 328 and Perugia, Biblioteca Capitolare, 32.
Our website now offers editions of Lex Salica (K-version) 14,16 and 59, new studies especially on the Lex Salica, and a few new manuscripts (e.g. of the so-called Corpus Iuris Civilis).
We recently updated the website to the latest version of WordPress (4.3). Since the update sometimes sites do not load properly (you just see a blank page). If you click reload, the site will load correctly. We are currently trying Continue reading
The shelfmark of the London codex British Library, Add. 46676 (as referenced in Kaiser 2004) was corrected to 47676 (according to Liebs 2002). We thank Dr Simon Corcoran, UCL for this advice.