Cava de’ Tirreni, Biblioteca della Badia, 4

Weltliches Recht im Frankenreich

Repository:

Cava de' Tirreni (Italy)
Biblioteca della Badia
4

Siglum (by Mordek 1995): C


History:

Origin:
around the year 1005, South Italy (presumably Benevento; Garrison: Capua) (Mordek); ca. 1005, Benevento (Bluhme); about 1005, Monte Cassino (?) (Pohl)

Provenance:
In 1263 the manuscript was brought from the monastery of Sant'Angelo of Casalrotto near Mottola in Apulia to Cava. (Gontrum 1993)


Physical description:

Material: Parchment
Quires: younger quire numbers and catchwords
Number: 250 foll.
Size: 240 x 160 mm

Lines: 20-22

Script: Caroline minuscule

Glosses:


Contents:

  • 1r
    dedication picture
  • 1v
    table of nations
  • 2r - 5r
    Origo gentis Langobardorum
  • 5r - 70v
    Edictus Rothari
  • 70v - 74r
    Leges a Grimoaldo additae
  • 74r - 147r
    Liutprandi leges
  • 148v - 156v
    Ratchis leges
  • 156v - 167r
    Aistulfi leges
  • 167r - v
    two spurious letters from the Byzantine emperor to Charlemagne
  • 167v - 171v
    Glossarium legum Langobardorum (Glossarium Cavense)
  • 171v - 178r
    Catalogus rerum Langobardorum et ducum Beneventanorum
  • 178r - 181v
    Chronicle of Capua
  • 182r
    miniature
  • 182v - 187v
    Arichis II principis capitula
  • 188r - 190v
    Adelchis principis capitula
  • 190v - 196v
    Pactiones de Leburiis
  • 197r - v
    three memoratoria
  • 198r
    apocryphal constitution of Theodosius II and Valentinian III
  • 198r - 248v
    collection of capitularies
  • 249
    empty
  • 250
    former endpaper with note

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Madrid, Biblioteca Nacional, 413

Weltliches Recht im Frankenreich

Repository:

Madrid (Spain)
Biblioteca Nacional
413

Note(s):Es bestehen textliche Ähnlichkeiten mit Cava dei Tirreni, Biblioteca della Badia, 4.

History:

Origin:
10th century, in parts Benevento or Salerno (Bluhme); early 11th century, presumably Apulian (Mordek)

Provenance:
The first owner of the manuscript which is known was the jurist Marino Freccia. After him Diego Colmenares bought it in 1543. Since the 19th century the codex is preserved in the national library of Madrid. (Gontrum 1993)


Physical description:

Material: parchment
Quires:
Number: 162 foll., water damage
Size: 257 x 160 mm

Lines: 21

Script:

Glosses:


Contents:

  • 1r
    empty
  • 1v - 5r
    Origo gentis Langobardorum
  • 5r - 15r
    Edictus Rothari (prologue and list of titles)
  • 15r - 16r
    short moral theological tract
  • 16v - 72v
    Edictus Rothari (text)
  • 72v - 74r
    Leges a Grimoaldo additae
  • 75r - 139r oder 140r
    Liutprandi leges
  • 141v - 148v
    Ratchis leges
  • 148v - 157r
    Aistulfi leges
  • 157r - 161r
    Adelchis principis capitula
  • 161r - 162v
    glossary

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