Stuttgart, Württembergische Landesbibliothek, iur. 4° 134

Weltliches Recht im Frankenreich

Repository:

Stuttgart (Germany)
Württembergische Landesbibliothek
iur. 4° 134

Siglum (by Mordek 1995): St1

Digital image available at WLB Stuttgart


History:

Origin:
late 9th/10th century (Hänel following Pertz); 10th/11th century or 1st half of the 11th century, Alemannia (St Gall [?] [according to Hoffmann]) (Mordek, Liebs); 10th century (Mommsen); 10th/11th century or 1st half of the 11th century (Kaiser); 10th century (Lehmann/Eckhardt 1966); 10th/11th century (Kottje)

Provenance:
Premonstratensian monastery Weißenau near Ravensburg (Mordek)


Physical description:

Material: Parchment
Quires:
Number: 199 + 2 foll.
Size: 218 x 145 mm
Text block: 160 x 95 mm
Lines: 21

Script: Caroline minuscule

Glosses:


Contents:

  • 1r - 33r
    Lex Alamannorum (type B, list of titles and text)
  • 33v
    empty (end of quire)
  • 34r - 136v
    Ansegis' collection of capitularies
  • 136v - 137r
    Isidore, Etymologiae
  • 137r - 160r
    excerpt of the Epitome Aegidii
  • 160r - 161v
    Sacra privilegia concilii Vizaceni (Cap. 6) Stemma
  • 161v - 162v
    Constitutiones de rebus ecclesiasticis (capp. 19-22, based on Epitome Iuliani capp. 488-490, 492, 493), Council of Chalkedon (can. 17)
  • 162v - 163r
    three chapters from the Epitome Aegidii (addition to the excerpt)
  • 163r - 172v
    Erchanberti breviarium regum Francorum with the Monachi Augiensis continuatio
  • 173r - 199v
    capitularies and excerpts from Ansegis' collection of capitularies
  • 200r - 201v
    fragmentary work on Latin grammar (taken from another 10th century codex

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St. Paul im Lavanttal, Archiv des Benediktinerstiftes 4/1

Weltliches Recht im Frankenreich

Repository:

St. Paul im Lavanttal (Austria)
Archiv des Benediktinerstiftes


Siglum (by Mordek 1995): S
Siglum (by Eckhardt 1962): K 19

Digital image available at Carolingian Culture at Reichenau & St. Gall


History:

Origin:
beginning of the 10th century (Hänel); 1st third of the 9th century, North Italy (Liebs); 1st third of the 9th century (after 816 resp. 818/819 and 825), North Italy (Aquileia (?), according to Bischoff the codex originates from the same scriptorium as Vatikan, Biblioteca Apostolica Vaticana, Barb. Lat. 679) (Mordek); 10th century (Mommsen); 1st third of the 9th century, North Italy (Kaiser); main part presumably written before 818/819, probably of North Italian origin (Beyerle/Buchner); 9th century (von Salis, von Schwind, Lehmann/Eckhardt 1966); beginning of the 9th century (817-823?), North-East Italy (Aquileja?) (Kottje); 818/819, North Italy (Eckhardt 1962)

Provenance:
Bought by Martin Gerbert, abbot of St Blasien, from the estate of councillor Kruft. Got to St Paul within the context of secularisation. (Eckhardt 1962)


Physical description:

Material: Parchment
Quires:
Number: 184 foll.
Size: 302-305 x 193-197 mm
Text block: ca. 220-230 x 155 mm
Lines: 24-26

Script: Caroline minuscule

Glosses:


Contents:

  • 1r
    empty - except for two stamps of the St Paul archive
  • 1v - 2r
    two miniatures
  • 2v
    empty - except for St Paul archive stamp
  • 3ra - 6va, 154r - 168vb, 169va - 183v
    various capitularies (e.g. capitularies of Mantua)
  • 6vb - 26vb
    Lex Ribuaria (type B, list of titles and text)
  • 27ra - 57va
    Lex Salica (Karolina emendata, list of titles and text)
  • 57va - 93va
    Lex Baiuvariorum (type E, list of titles and text) Stemma
  • 93va - 116va
    Lex Alamannorum (type B, list of titles and text)
  • 116vb - 134rb
    Epitome Aegidii of the Lex Romana Visigothorum
  • 134v
    empty - except for St Paul archive stamp (end of quire)
  • 135ra - 153v
    Lex Burgundionum (type B)
  • Lex Romana Burgundionum (title 17)
  • 162rb - 164ra
    Liutprandi notitia de actoribus regis (733)
  • 168vb - 169rb
    Capitula excerpta canonica (excerpt from the Collectio Herovalliana)
  • 184r
    Indiculus eorum qui sacramentum fidelitatis iuraverunt
  • 184v
    probatio pennae, two stamps of the St Paul archive

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St. Gall, Stiftsbibliothek, 729

Weltliches Recht im Frankenreich

Repository:

St. Gallen (Switzerland)
Stiftsbibliothek
729

Siglum (by Mordek 1995): Sg5
Siglum (by Eckhardt 1962): E 14

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History:

Origin:
9th century (Hänel, Mommsen, Lehmann/Eckhardt 1966); 820s/30s, Tours (Liebs); 1st quarter of the 9th century, France (court circle?) (Mordek); ca. 1st to 2nd quarter of the 9th century, „französisch“ (Bischoff) (Kottje); beginning of the 9th century, French (some sililarities to the early Tours script) (Bischoff HA); 1st quarter of the 9th century, presumably in West France (Eckhardt 1962 following Bischoff); 1st(/2nd) quarter of the 9th century, (West-)France ("Leges scriptorium" ?) (Bischoff)

Provenance:
mentioned in the earliest catalogue of St Gall library; later in Greplang castle; bought back by the library in 1768 together with the estate of Gilg Tschudi. (Eckhardt 1962)


Physical description:

Material: Parchment
Quires:
Number: 3 parts, 203 foll. (paginated 1-404, 49a, 49b)
Size: 235 x 160 mm

Lines: 19-25

Script: Caroline minuscule

Glosses:


Contents:

  • 1 - 260
    Epitome Aegidii of the Lex Romana Visigothorum
  • 261 - 328
    Lex Salica (type E, list of titles, long prologue and text) Stemma
  • 328 - 334
    Childeberti II decretio
  • 334
    Lex Salica (epilogue)
  • 335 - 404
    Lex Alamannorum (type A, text) Stemma

References:

  • Hänel 1849 p. LXXVIII-LXXIX
  • Mommsen 1905 p. CI
  • Eckhardt 1962 p. XVII
  • Lehmann / Eckhardt 1966 p. 13
  • Kottje 1987 p. 366, 373
  • Schott 1988 p. 105
  • Mordek 1995 p. 423, 666, 668-671 [PDF-Download]
  • Bischoff HA Fiche 67, 5.10 (p. 83)
  • Liebs 2002 p. 111 (n. 107), 222 (n. 489 p. 221, 490)
  • Hartmann 2004 p. 321
  • Kaiser 2010 p. 580-581
  • Siems 2013 p. 203 (n. 53), 206
  • Bischoff 2014 p. 332
  • Ubl 2014 p. 47, 59-60, 64
  • Faulkner 2016 p. 195-196, 198, 215-217, 262
  • Ubl 2017 p. 173-174, 231-232
  • Die Handschriften der Stiftsbibliothek St. Gallen. Bd. 3, Abt. V: Codices 670-749. Iuridica. Kanonisches, römisches und germanisches Recht. Beschreibendes Verzeichnis bearbeitet von Philipp Lenz und Stefania Ortelli, Wiesbaden 2014, p. 247-251.
  • Wenn Bücher Recht haben. Justitia und ihre Helfer in Handschriften der Stiftsbibliothek St. Gallen. Katalog zur Jahresausstellung in der Stiftsbibliothek St. Gallen (30. November 2014 bis 8. November 2015), St. Gallen 2014, p. 38-39.

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    Paris, Bibliothèque Nationale, nouv. acq. Lat. 2318

    Weltliches Recht im Frankenreich

    Repository:

    Paris (France)
    Bibliothèque Nationale
    nouv. acq. Lat. 2318


    History:

    Origin:
    8th/9th century (Mommsen, Liebs); 8th/9th century, Notre-Dame (Bischoff HA); ca. 4th quarter of the 9th century, France (Bischoff)


    Physical description:


    Quires:
    Number: 1 sheet, 2 halfs and the upper part of a double sheet
    Size: 165 x 97 mm
    Text block: 143 x 75 mm
    Lines: 20

    Script:

    Glosses:


    Contents:


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    Paris, Bibliothèque Nationale, nouv. acq. Lat. 204

    Weltliches Recht im Frankenreich

    Repository:

    Paris (France)
    Bibliothèque Nationale
    nouv. acq. Lat. 204

    Siglum (by Mordek 1995): P28
    Siglum (by Eckhardt 1962): K 27


    History:

    Origin:
    10/11th century (Mommsen, von Schwind, Lehmann/Eckhardt 1966); 820s/30s, Tours (Liebs); 2nd quarter of the 9th century, Tours (Mordek); 10th century (von Salis); 10th/11th century, „Tours o. Umgebung?“ (Bischoff) (Kottje); 9th or beginning of the 10th century (Bischoff HA); 1st half of the 9th century (Eckhardt 1962 following Bischoff); 1st(/2nd) quarter of the 9th century (post A.D. 818/819 ?), Tours (Bischoff)

    Provenance:
    Bought by Paris National library in 1875 (Eckhardt 1962, Krusch 1924)


    Physical description:

    Material: Parchment
    Quires:
    Number: 95 foll.
    Size: 235-237 x 190 mm
    Text block: 192-198 x 140-145 mm
    Lines: 27

    Script: Caroline minuscule

    Glosses:


    Contents:

    • 1r - 20v
      Lex Salica (Karolina emendata, list of titles and text)
    • 20v - 24v
      various capitularies
    • 25r - 40v
      Lex Alamannorum (type B, list of titles and text)
    • 40v - 58v
      fragment the Lex Baiuvariorum (type E, prologue, list of titles and text)
    • 59r - 77r
      fragment of the Lex Burgundionum (type B, text)
    • Lex Romana Burgundionum (title 17, added as title 89 to the Lex Burgundionum)
    • 77r - v
      Formulae imperiales e curia Ludovici Pii, No. 15
    • 78r - 94v
      fragment of the Epitome Aegidii (praefatio, list of titles and text)
    • 95r - v
      small fragment with 11 deprecated lines; incomplete text of LRV CTh XIII 1 up to XIV 1, then XVI 1

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    Paris, Bibliothèque Nationale, Lat. 9654

    Weltliches Recht im Frankenreich

    Repository:

    Paris (France)
    Bibliothèque Nationale
    Lat. 9654

    Siglum (by Mordek 1995): P
    Siglum (by Eckhardt 1962): K 32

    Digital image available at BnF


    History:

    Origin:
    late 10th or 11th century, presumably West Frankish origin (Beyerle/Buchner); 10th/11th century, Lotharingia (presumably Metz) (Mordek); 10th century (von Schwind, Lehmann/Eckhardt 1966, Sohm); 10th century, Metz, St Vincentius (Kottje); 10th century, Metz, St Vincent (Bischoff HA); 10th century, monastery of St Vincent in Metz (Eckhardt 1962)

    Provenance:
    St Vincent in Metz (Mordek); 1677 Collège Clermont; in Paris since 1810. (Eckhardt 1962)


    Physical description:

    Material: Parchment
    Quires:
    Number: 172 foll. (counted A, 1 - 171)
    Size: 270 x 200 mm


    Script: Caroline minuscule

    Glosses:


    Contents:

    • Av
      miniature of a ruler
    • 1r - 11r, 11v - 14r, 14v - 70r, 70v - 121r, 121v - 122r
      comprehensive collection of capitularies, ecclesial capitula and council orders (e.g. Ansegis)
    • 11r - v
      formulae for oaths of allegiance
    • 14r - v
      Lex Salica (Recapitulatio solidorum) Stemma
    • 70r - v
      Lex Burgundionum (title 79 = BK 195 c. 1)
    • 70v
      CTh V 10 in the Epitome Aegidii version (= BK 195 c. 2)
    • 121r
      two lists of Frankish rulers
    • 121r - v
      Lex Salica (long prologue)
    • 121v
      Lex Salica (short prologue) Stemma
    • 122r - 134r
      Lex Salica (Karolina emendata, text)
    • 134r - 135r
      Lex Francorum Chamavorum
    • 135r - 143r
      Lex Ribuaria (type B, text)
    • 143v - 154r
      Lex Alamannorum (type B, text)
    • 154r - 171v
      Lex Baiuvariorum (type E, prologue, list of titles and text) Stemma

    References:

  • Sohm 1883 p. 115
  • Krusch 1924 p. 108-109
  • von Schwind 1926 p. 183
  • Buchner 1940 p. 78-80
  • Beyerle / Buchner 1954 p. 36
  • Eckhardt 1962 p. XX
  • Lehmann / Eckhardt 1966 p. 16
  • Kottje 1986 p. 21
  • Kottje 1987 p. 366, 373
  • Schott 1988 p. 105
  • Gontrum 1993 Part 2 p. 134-147
  • Mordek 1995 p. 35, 72, 82, 199, 201, 233, 289, 325, 333, 387, 401, 431, 466, 492, 494, 514, 537, 549, 553, 562-578, 592, 619-620, 701, 709, 781, 786, 819, 821, 836, 858, 1024, 1032 [PDF-Download]
  • Schmitz 1996 p. 133-135
  • Bischoff HA Fiche 31, 8.3 (p. 64), Fiche 32, 3.11 (p. 51)
  • Mordek 2005 p. 31-52
  • Hartmann 2008 p. 91, 95 (n. 191), 97, 199, 334
  • Renard 2014 p. 1009-1020
  • Faulkner 2016 p. 26, 29-30, 32, 111, 124, 131, 145, 171, 173, 218, 221-222
  • Ubl 2017 p. 70, 225, 235, 241
  • Charles West, Legal Culture in Tenth-Century Lotharingia, in: Conrad Leyser / David W. Rollason / Hannah Williams (Hrsg.), England and the Continent in the Tenth Century: Studies in Honour of Wilhelm Levison (1876-1947) (Studies in the Early Middle Ages 37), Turnhout 2010, p. 351-375, hier p. 358-373.
  • Steffen Patzold, Das sogenannte "Capitulare Aquisgranense" Karls des Großen und die letzte Reforminitiative Ludwigs des Frommen im Jahr 829, in: Deutsches Archiv 71 (2015), p. 459-473.

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    Paris, Bibliothèque Nationale, Lat. 4696

    Weltliches Recht im Frankenreich

    Repository:

    Paris (France)
    Bibliothèque Nationale
    Lat. 4696


    History:

    Origin:
    13th century (Hänel, Mommsen, Meyer); 12th/13th century (Liebs)


    Physical description:


    Quires:
    Number: 90 foll.
    Size:


    Script:

    Glosses:


    Contents:

    • 1 - 24
      Epitome Aegidii
    • 25 - 69r
      Cicero, Topica
    • 69v - 85v
      Epitome Aegidii
    • 86 - 89r
      list of titles to the Lex Romana Visigothorum
    • 89v
      Commonitorium zur Lex Romana Visigothorum
    • 90
      dialectics treatise

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    Paris, Bibliothèque Nationale, Lat. 4633

    Weltliches Recht im Frankenreich

    Repository:

    Paris (France)
    Bibliothèque Nationale
    Lat. 4633

    Siglum (by Eckhardt 1962): K 52

    Digital image available at BnF


    History:

    Origin:
    10th century (Hänel, Mommsen, Lehmann/Eckhardt 1966, Bischoff HA, Meyer); beginning of the 10th century, North-East France (Corbie?) (Liebs, Mordek); 9th or 10th century, presumably French origin (Beyerle/Buchner); late 9th century (text of the Lex Ribuaria) (Buchner); 10th century (von Salis); 1st quarter of the 10th century, North-East France (?) (Kottje); 1st quarter of the 10th century, North-East France (Eckhardt 1962 following Bischoff)

    Provenance:
    in possession of Claude du Puy, then Regius no. 5190 (Eckhardt 1962)


    Physical description:

    Material: Parchment
    Quires:
    Number: 121 foll. (counted 1 - 120, 96 bis)
    Size: ca. 210 x 170 mm


    Script: Caroline minuscule

    Glosses:


    Contents:

    • 1r - 18r
      continuation of the Lex Alamannorum (type B, text from title 2,2 onwards)
    • 18r - 35r
      Lex Baiuvariorum (type A, text up to XII,7) Stemma
    • 35v
      empty
    • 36r - 44v
      continuation of the Lex Baiuvariorum (type E, text from XII,8 onwards)
    • 44v - 99v
      Epitome Aegidii
    • 99v - 120v
      Lex Burgundionum (type B, text up to title 75,3)

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    Paris, Bibliothèque Nationale, Lat. 4626

    Weltliches Recht im Frankenreich

    Repository:

    Paris (France)
    Bibliothèque Nationale
    Lat. 4626

    Siglum (by Mordek 1995): P8
    Siglum (by Eckhardt 1962): K 31

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    History:

    Origin:
    end of the 10th/beginning of the 11th century (Hänel); 10th/11th century, Burgundy (Liebs); 10th/11th century and 11th century, France (Burgundy?) (Mordek); 10th/11th century (Mommsen, Meyer); 10th century (von Salis, Bischoff HA); 11th century (Eckhardt 1962 following Bischoff)

    Provenance:
    Ex bibliotheca Matisconensi, Ligeret, then Jean Bigot. (Eckhardt 1962)


    Physical description:

    Material: Parchment
    Quires:
    Number: 130 foll. (paginated 1 - 258)
    Size: ca. 300 x 223 mm
    Text block: 210-215 x 145-150 mm
    Lines: 26

    Script: Caroline minuscule

    Glosses:


    Contents:

    • 1 - 40 (2v - 22r)
      Lex Salica (long prologue of type D; short prologue Stemma, dating, list of titles and text of the Karolina emendata) Stemma
    • 40 - 93 (22r - 47v)
      various capitularies
    • 93 (47v)
      Sententia of Augustine
    • 93 - 95 (47v - 48v)
      Lex Salica (Recapitulatio solidorum) Stemma
    • 95 - 99 (48v - 50v), 46 (25r)
      Isidore, Etymologiae
    • 99 - 210 (50v - 106r)
      Epitome Aegidii
    • 210 - 256 (106r - 129r)
      Lex Burgundionum (type A)
    • 257 (129v)
      Two hymns on St Vincent (11th century)
    • 258 (130r)
      4 lines of neumatic text, sententia of Augustine on the Holy Communion

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    Paris, Bibliothèque Nationale, Lat. 4418

    Weltliches Recht im Frankenreich

    Repository:

    Paris (France)
    Bibliothèque Nationale
    Lat. 4418

    Siglum (by Eckhardt 1962): K 24


    History:

    Origin:
    10th century (Hänel, Mommsen, Zeumer, Meyer); 1st quarter of the 9th century, court school Aachen (Bischoff, Mordek, Liebs, Kaiser); late 9th century, presumably from South France (Beyerle/Buchner); 10th century (von Salis); 9th century, Narbonensis (García López); 1st quarter of the 9th century, court school of Louis the Pious (Eckhardt 1962 following Bischoff); ca. 2nd third of the 9th century, from some administrative centre in France (?) (Bischoff)

    Provenance:
    Formerly owned by the historian Jaques-Auguste de Thou in Paris (1553-1617), then via Colbert's library (no. 82) into the royal library (Regius 4696).


    Physical description:


    Quires: (III-1)5 + (IV+1)14 + 2.IV30 + III36 + 8.IV99 + 4.IV130 + (IV+1)138 + (IV+1)147 + 16.IV290. Quire numbers: (Q.) II-XXXVI
    Number: 294 foll. (foll. 73bis, 129bis, 131bis, 212bis)
    Size: 427 x ca. 300 mm
    Text block: 340 x 220 mm
    Lines: 39-40

    Script: Caroline minuscule, multiple hands, rubrics in capitalis and uncial script
    Binding: modern cardboard binding

    Glosses:


    Contents:

    • 1r - 37r
      Lex Romana Visigothorum, Epitome Aegidii. Fol. 1r on top: Salica Lex (10th century?). De iurisdictione et ubi quis conveniri debet (13th/14th century); below: Scri. Becelinus (Bischoff: Scribecelinus, 11th century; Buchner: Scn (?Sctus?) Becelinus)
    • 37v
      empty
    • 38ra - 140rb
      Epitome Iuliani
    • 140v
      empty
    • 141ra - 152rb
      Lex Ribuaria
    • 153ra - 169ra
      Lex Salica. List of titles and text
    • 169va - 188ra
      Lex Burgundionum
    • 188ra - rb
      Lex Romana Burgundionum tit. 17
    • 188v
      empty
    • 189r - va
      Chronica regum Visigothorum
    • 189va - 290ra
      Lex Visigothorum
    It is without doubt that - because of its huge format - this codex was not meant for ordinary judges (Bischoff), but as a representative law book (Mordek). Due to the lack of Alemanic and Bavarian law, Buchner suggested a South French origin. The assignment of this gigantic codex (Mordek) to the court library of Louis the Pious by Bernhard Bischoff biased any further research. Bischoff believed the scribe to be the same who wrote the Brussels Gospel (Ms. 18723) and a Seneca manuscript from Bamberg (Msc. Class. 46). In addition, Bischoff suggested that this codex might have ended with a copy of the South German leges. Based on this consideration, Mordek and McKitterick assigned the codex to the leges scriptorium of Louis the Pious. P. Wormald raised the possibility that Benedict of Aniane, a leading advisor to Louis, could have had an interest in the preservation of the Leges Visigothorum. For J. Busch the codex is proof of both elite exchange after the death of Charlemagne and the stronger influence of ancient role models, reflected in a more intense reception of Roman law at the court of Louis the Pious. These considerations have been questioned by Bischoff's last statement in his "Katalog der festländischen Handschriften". Here he argues in favor of the manuscript's origin at an administrative center in France in the secord third of the 9th century ("an einem Verwaltungszentrum in Frankreich, im zweiten Drittel des 9. Jahrhunderts"). Based on this new view, a connection with Charles the Bald is now possible, which also better fits the selection of texts. Further research on the codex, and especially on its glosses, is therefore necessary. In the 9th century the law book had two readers with interest in different parts of the codex. One annotated Justinian's novellae, but only particular passages concerned with monastic law. The Lex Salica was also an object of intensive examination (equation of tunginus with comes, raginburgi with iudices, grafio with comes, sagibarones with senatores). The abbreviation F.G.R.R. (fol. 195v) to invalidate all other law books in Lex Vis. II, 1, 20, p. 58: De remotis alienarum gentium legibus remains puzzling. [Karl Ubl]

    References:

  • Hänel 1849 p. LXXVI
  • Delisle 1868 p. 478
  • von Salis 1892 p. 16
  • Zeumer 1902 p. XX
  • Meyer 1905 p. LXI
  • Mommsen 1905 p. CI
  • Buchner 1940 p. 80-81
  • Beyerle / Buchner 1954 p. 36
  • Eckhardt 1962 p. XIX
  • McKitterick 1980 p. 16-17, 22-23
  • McKitterick 1989 p. 47, 50, 60
  • Mordek 1995 p. 423, 1031-1032 [PDF-Download]
  • García López 1996 p. 35, 43-44
  • Bischoff 1998 p. 161
  • Kaiser 2002 p. 213 (n. 6), 221 (n. 37), 229, 235
  • Liebs 2002 p. 102 (n. 62), 111 (n. 107), 163 (n. 209), 222 (n. 489 p. 221, 490-494)
  • Kaiser 2004 p. 12-13, 30-33
  • Kaiser 2007 p. 435-438
  • Radding / Ciaralli 2007 p. 49
  • Hartmann 2008 p. 96 (n. 197), 325
  • Kaiser 2009 p. 444-445, 446 (n. 43), 453, 454 (n. 41), 455-458, 459 (n. 68, 69, 70)
  • Bischoff 2014 p. 98
  • Ubl 2014 p. 43-44
  • Ganz 2015 p. 259
  • Loschiavo 2015 p. 96 (n. 96), 103
  • Faulkner 2016 p. 195-197, 209-210, 213-216, 224-226, 256, 263, 267-268
  • Ubl 2017 p. 233-235, 237, 240
  • Catalogus codicum manuscriptorum Bibliothecae Regiae 3,3, Paris 1744, p. 591.
  • Gustav Hänel (Hrsg.), Iuliani Epitome Latina Novellarum Iustiniani, Leipzig 1873, p. III.
  • Bernhard Bischoff, Die Hofbibliothek unter Ludwig dem Frommen, in: Jonathan J. G. Alexander / Margaret T. Gibson (Hrsg.), Medieval Learning and literature. Essays presented to Richard William Hunt, Oxford 1976, p. 3-22, hier p. 14. (MGH)
  • Manuel C. Díaz y Díaz, La Lex Visigothorum y sus manuscritos. Un esayo de reinterpretación, in: Anuario de Historia del Derecho Español 46 (1976), p. 165-166 n. 8.
  • Jean Vezin, Un manuscrit messin de la première moitié du XIe siècle (Reims, Bibl. mun. 1429), in: Pierre Cockshaw / Monique-Cécile Garand / Pierre Jodogne (Hrsg.), Miscellanea codicologica F. Masai dicata MCMLXXIX, 1 (Les publications de Scriptorium 8), Gent 1979, p. 163 n. 27.
  • Harald Siems, Handel und Wucher im Spiegel frühmittelalterlicher Rechtsquellen (MGH Schriften 35), Hannover 1992, p. 324.
  • Patrick Wormald, The Making of English Law. King Alfred to the Twelfth Century, Oxford / Malden 1999, p. 58 n. 146, 62 n. 168, 64 n. 175, 64 n. 178, 69 n. 207.
  • Jörg W. Busch, Vom Amtswalten zum Königsdienst. Beobachtungen zur "Staatssprache" des Frühmittelalters am Beispiel des Wortes "administratio" (MGH Studien und Texte 42), Hannover 2007, p. 39-41.

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