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Shelfmark Leges contained Origin
A
Admont, Stiftsbibliothek, 43
together with Admont, Stiftsbibliothek, 23
--- single titles of the Institutes (books 2-4)
--- Epitome Iuliani 66 (67)
--- titles of the Edictum Theoderici (capp. 17-22, 60-61, 75 I and II, 83, 86, 91, 125)
2nd half of the 12th century, Admont (Buberl); 1160s/1170s, Admont (Stelzer)
Admont, Stiftsbibliothek, 48
--- single titles of the Institutes (books 2-4)
--- Epitome Iuliani 66 (67)
--- titles of the Edictum Theoderici (capp. 17-22, 60-61, 75 I und II, 83, 86, 91, 125)
around 1200, Italy (Stelzer); beginning of the 13th century (Mordek)
Admont, Stiftsbibliothek, 712
[55]
Budapest, National Museum, 433 belongs to this codex.
[72r - 117r] Lex Baiuvariorum (type D)
11th century (von Schwind); 12th century, Austria (Mordek)
Assisi, Archivio della Cattedrale, Fragmente fasc. I, n. 3. 6
Leges Langobardorum
Augsburg, Staats- und Stadtbibliothek, 2° Cod Aug 389
[1r - ] Copy of the Lex Baiuvariorum from Konrad Peutinger's library (based on a today non-extant manuscript)
1516/18 (Lukas)
Augsburg, Universitätsbibliothek, I. 2. 2° 4
[Codex Wallersteinensis]
[2 - 181] Lex Romana Visigothorum (list of titles, explanationes titulorum and text)
10th century, Gaul (Hänel, Liebs); 10th century (Mommsen, Mordek); ~10th/11th century, South Germany (Tegernsee?) (Bischoff)
Autun, Bibliothèque du Séminaire, 36 (S 40)
[60r-92v] Lex Salica Karolina, text. Incipit: Si quis ad mallum legibus dominicis … Explicit: … Si quis hominem sine consensu iudicis de ramo ubi// (Lex Salica 69,2)
middle of the 9th century (Eckhardt 1962 following Bischoff); 2nd third of the 9th century, Central or Northern France (Bischoff)
B
Bamberg, Staatsbibliothek, Bibl. 30c
Lex Salica (end of prologue [type D], text [carolina emendata]: parts of Capp. II-III, a part of Cap. XLII, following Capp. XLIII-XLVII)
10th century (Fischer); 10th century, presumably Italian (Hoffmann)
Bamberg, Staatsbibliothek, Can. 7
[P I 13, C. 23]
[172r - 176v] Lex Baiuvariorum
11th century (von Schwind, Bischoff HA); middle of the 11th century, Freising (Mordek); end of the 11th/beginning of the 12th century (Krusch)
Bamberg, Staatsbibliothek, Can. 9
[P I 9, Dombibliothek C 64]
The second part of the codex (from the collection of Pseudo-Remedius onwards) derives from Vienna, Österreichische Nationalbibliothek, Lat. 2198 (10th century).
[84v - 86v] Lex Baiuvariorum (fragment)
11th century (von Schwind); first half of the 11th century (Mordek); 3rd third of the 10th century, Regensburg (Hartmann); 10th century (Bischoff HA)
Bamberg, Staatsbibliothek, Can. 12
[P I 1, C. 60]
[2r - 2v] Lex Salica (epilogue)
[2v] Lex Salica (list of kings)
[6r-v] Epitome Iuliani 115, 28
1st quarter of the 10th century (Eckhardt 1962 following Bischoff, Mordek); 1st half of the 10th century (Bischoff); 1st or 2nd quarter of the 10th century, France or Italy (?) (Hartmann)
Bamberg, Staatsbibliothek, Jur. 1
[D.II.3]
Institutes
1st half of the 11th century (Radding/Ciaralli); 3rd third of the 10th century, Rome or close by (Suckale-Redlefsen); 9th or 10th century (Krüger)
Bamberg, Staatsbibliothek, Jur. 35
[D II 2, D. 33]
[1r - 56r] Lex Salica (Karolina emendata)
[57r - 98v] Lex Ribuaria (type B)
[99r - 145v] Lex Alamannorum
middle of the 9th century (Beyerle/Buchner); 1st half of the 9th century, North-East France (Mordek); 10th century (Eckhardt 1966); 1st third of the 9th century, presumably North-East France (Bischoff); 1st half of the 9th century, North-East France (Eckhardt 1962 following Bischoff)
Barcelona, Archivo de la Corona de Arágon, Ripoll 46
[1, 86-87] Lex Visigothorum (among others 5,4,16 and 8,4,26)
2nd third of the 9th century (García López); 8th(?)-9th century (Beer)
Barcelona, Biblioteca de Catalunya, 944
[182v - 293v] Lex Visigothorum
late 11th century, Ripoll (García López)
Basel, Öffentliche Bibliothek der Universität, C III 1
[12 - 20] Lex Romana Visigothorum
[29 - 33r] Epitome Aegidii
[33r - 47r] Lex Romana Visigothorum
[50 - 239] Lex Romana Visigothorum
[101v] Lex Romana Burgundionum (title 2)
16th century (Hänel, von Salis); 1520/1530 (Liebs, Mordek); beginning of the 16th century (Meyer)
Berlin, Staatsbibliothek - Preußischer Kulturbesitz, Lat. fol. 269
[1v - 17r] list of titles of the Epitome Iuliani with Appendix B and extensions
[20r - 39v] Epitome Iuliani, Capp. 1-117 (type D)
[39v - 149v] Epitome Iuliani, Capp. 114-564 (type B)
[149v - 155v] Appendix B to the Epitome Iuliani
[183r - 190v] titles of the Institutes and the Digest (quaternio from another codex)
early 9th century, Flavigny (Liebs); 1st quarter of the 9th century, presumably South-East France (Bischoff); 1st quarter of the 9th century, Burgundy (Kaiser)
Berlin, Staatsbibliothek - Preußischer Kulturbesitz, Lat. fol. 270
Addition to Paris, Bibliothèque Nationale, Lat. 4406. Foll. 1-13 are commonly referred to as "Papinianus". Some leaves of the codex Berlin, Staatsbibliothek - Preußischer Kulturbesitz, Lat. Fol. 636 belong to this manuscript.
[1 - 10] Lex Romana Burgundionum
[11 - 13] Appendix I and II to the Lex Romana Visigothorum
[14 - 16] excerpts from the Codex Theodosianus with two interpolated constitutions (Nov. Valent. 34, Constitutio Sirmondiana prima and Nov. Valent. 27,7)
9th century (Hänel); 8th/9th century, Gaul (Liebs); 9th century (Mommsen, Meyer); fol. 1-13: 1st quarter of the 9th century , presumably West or South of France (Bischoff); fol. 14-16: ~8th/9th century, France (Bischoff); beginning of the 9th century (Kaiser); 8th/9th century, France (CLA); 9th century (von Salis)
Berlin, Staatsbibliothek - Preußischer Kulturbesitz, Lat. fol. 378
[65bisv] Lex Alamannorum (fragment; Capp. 99, 20-25)
9th century (fragment, Eckhardt 1966); 10th/11th century (codex, Mordek); 9th century (fragment, Mordek); 10th century, West German (Bischoff HA)
Berlin, Staatsbibliothek - Preußischer Kulturbesitz, Lat. fol. 626
[2rb] Epitome Iuliani 115, 28
1st half of the 12th century, presumably Liège diocese (Mordek)
Berlin, Staatsbibliothek - Preußischer Kulturbesitz, Lat. qu. 150
Lex Romana Visigothorum
summae to the Lex Romana Visigothorum
10th century, Gaul (Hänel); 1st/2nd quarter of the 9th century, presumably from Tours (Liebs); 10th century (Mommsen, Meyer); 2nd quarter of the 9th century, Tours (or "Leges-scriptorium"?) (Bischoff)
Berlin, Staatsbibliothek - Preußischer Kulturbesitz, Phill. 1735
[1v - 157v] Epitome Monachi
[157v - 158r] Epitome of Nov. Valent. 16 and 24
[158r - 164v] summa De ordine ecclesiastico
9th century, Gaul (Hänel); early 8th century (Liebs); 8th/9th century (Mommsen, Meyer); 8th/9th century, Burgundy (Bischoff, Kaiser, CLA)
Berlin, Staatsbibliothek - Preußischer Kulturbesitz, Phill. 1736
[1v - 14r] Lex Salica (type E)
[15r - v] Lex Salica (epilogue)
middle or 2nd half of the 10th century, France (Eckhardt 1962 following Bischoff); 2nd half of the 10th century, France (Mordek)
Berlin, Staatsbibliothek - Preußischer Kulturbesitz, Phill. 1741
together with Vatican, Biblioteca Apostolica Vaticana, Reg. Lat. 1283, foll. 95/96
Lex Romana Visigothorum (excerpts)
Constitutiones Sirmondianae (1-7)
end of the 10th century (Hänel); 10th century (Liebs); 10th century, Reims (Mommsen, Meyer); 3rd third of the 9th century, Reims (Bischoff); foll. 209/210: 1st half of the 7th century, Italy / South of France (CLA)
Berlin, Staatsbibliothek - Preußischer Kulturbesitz, Phill. 1745
[M L 117, Nr. 578]
together with St. Petersburg, Gosudarstvennaja Publičnaja Biblioteka im. M. E. Saltykova-Ščedrina, F.v.II.3
[101v - 119v] Constitutiones Sirmondianae (1-18)
Codex Theodosianus (excerpt)
7th century, Lyon (Liebs); 7th century, Burgundy (Mordek); 7th century, Burgundy (CLA); 7th/8th century (Mommsen); 2nd half of the 7th century (Vessey); 9th century, Lyon (Bischoff)
Berlin, Staatsbibliothek - Preußischer Kulturbesitz, Phill. 1761
Lex Romana Visigothorum
6th/7th century, Lyon (Liebs); 7th century (Hänel); 6th century (Mommsen, Meyer); 2nd half of the 6th century (Lex Romana Visigothorum), 2nd half of the 9th century, Lyon (marginalia) (Bischoff); 2nd half of the 6th century, Lyon (CLA)
Berlin, Staatsbibliothek - Preußischer Kulturbesitz, Savigny 1
[1r - 147v] Lex Romana Visigothorum (list of titles and text) with explanationes titulorum
beginning of the 10th century (Hänel); 10th century (Liebs, Mommsen, Meyer); ~2nd third of the 9th century, South of France (?) (Bischoff)
Bern, Burgerbibliothek, 263
[14v - 161r] Lex Romana Visigothorum with list of titles and younger explanationes titulorum
9th century, Gaul (Hänel); 9th century, presumably from France (Liebs); 9th century (Mommsen, Meyer); beginning of the 9th century, presumably from the Upper Rhine area (Straßburg?) (Bischoff)
Bern, Burgerbibliothek, 314
[88v] Lex Romana Visigothorum (CTh 11,39,7; LRV 11,14,3)
11th century (Conrat, Hagen)
Bern, Burgerbibliothek, 442
[39r - 71v] Lex Salica
end of the 9th century or 1st quarter of the 10th century (Eckhardt 1962 following Bischoff); presumably 2nd half of the 9th century (Bischoff HA)
Besançon, Bibliothèque Municipale, 1348
[1r - 19r] Lex Burgundionum (MGH LL nat. Germ. 2/1, not used)
[19r - 27v] Lex Salica Karolina, list of titles and text, tit. 1-48, Explicit: Si quis lege saliga vivit servum aut ancillam cavallum vel bovem seu iumentum seu quamlibet rem suam sub alterius potestate agnoverit mittat eam in terciam man//
9th century (Eckhardt 1962, Bischoff HA)
Bonn, Universitäts- und Landesbibliothek, S. 402
[96a]
[146 - 182] Lex Salica (Karolina emendata; long prologue, list of titles, short prologue and text)
11th or 12th century (Eckhardt 1962); 12th century, presumably from Germany (Mordek); 12th century, Rhineland? (Kéry, Schmitz)
C
Cambrai, Bibliothèque Municipale, 625
[576]
[73vb - 80rb] Lex Salica (Karolina emendata, fragment, long prologue, list of titles and text)
2nd half of the 9th century (Eckhardt 1962 following Bischoff); 3rd to 4th quarter of the 9th century, North France (Mordek); end of the 9th century, Brittany (Bischoff)
Cambridge, Parker Library, 265
[100 - 104] Excerpta de libris Romanorum et Francorum
2nd half of the 11th century, England (Worcester ?) (Mordek); 1st half of the 11th century, England (Hartmann)
Cava de' Tirreni, Biblioteca della Badia, 4
Relations exist to Montecassino, Archivio dell'Abbazia, 175 and 384, Vatican, Biblioteca Apostolica Vaticana, Vat. Lat. 5001 and Madrid, Biblioteca Nacional, 413 (Gontrum 1993)
[5r - 70v] Edictus Rothari
[70v - 74r] Leges a Grimoaldo additae
[74r - 147r] Liutprandi leges
[148v - 156v] Ratchis leges
[156v - 167r] Aistulfi leges
[167v - 171v] Glossarium legum Langobardorum (Glossarium Cavense)
[182v - 187v] Arichis II principis capitula
[188r - 190v] Adelchis principis capitula
[190v - 196v] Pactiones de Leburiis
[197r - v] three memoratoria
around the year 1005, South Italy (presumably Benevento; Garrison: Capua) (Mordek); ca. 1005, Benevento (Bluhme); about 1005, Monte Cassino (?) (Pohl)
Clermont-Ferrand, Bibliothèque Municipale, 201
[175]
[1 - 10] list of titles of the Lex Romana Visigothorum
[11 - 104] Lex Romana Visigothorum (the codex is referred to as "Liber legis doctorum")
10th century, Gaul (Hänel); 10th century (Mommsen); 9th/10th century, South of France (Bischoff)
Cologny (Genf), Bibliotheca Bodmeriana, Bodmer 107
[formerly known as Klitschdorf]
[3v - 17r] excerpts from the Codex Theodosianus (books 9-16)
[22r - 56r, 135v] Lex Salica (Karolina emendata)
[56v - 76v] Lex Ribuaria (type B)
[76bisr - 104v] Lex Alamannorum (type B)
[105r - 132v] Lex Baiuvariorum (type E)
[140r - 142r] Lex Salica (Recapitulatio solidorum)
10th century (Beyerle / Buchner); end of the 9th century, presumably North-West Germany (Mordek); end of the 9th century, North-West German (Kottje); 9th or 10th century (Eckhardt 1966); ~2nd quarter of the 9th century, Lower Germany (Bischoff); first quarter of the 10th century (Eckhardt 1962 following Bischoff)
E
El Escorial, Biblioteca Monasterio, a. IV. 8
Lex Visigothorum
16th century (García López)
El Escorial, Real Biblioteca de San Lorenzo, D. I. 1
[Codex Emilianensis]
[396 - 452] Lex Visigothorum
10th century (finished in 992) (Zeumer); 992, San Millán de la Cogolla (García López); 992-994, San Millán de la Cogolla (Mordek)
El Escorial, Real Biblioteca de San Lorenzo, D. I. 2
[Codex Albeldensis, Vigilianus]
[385v - 428r] Lex Visigothorum
10th century (finished in 976) (Zeumer); 976, Monasterio de Albelda (García López); 974-976, San Martín de Alvelda (Mordek); May 26th 974 (Kéry)
El Escorial, Real Biblioteca de San Lorenzo, K. oder Z. II. 2
Lex Baiuvariorum (prologue)
Lex Visigothorum
11th century (von Schwind); 1019, Barcelona (Zeumer); 1011, Barcelona (García López)
El Escorial, Real Biblioteca de San Lorenzo, K. II. 10
[10r - 101] Lex Visigothorum
14th century (Zeumer); late 12th century, Catalonia or Palencia (García López)
El Escorial, Real Biblioteca de San Lorenzo, M. III. 2
[7v - 8v] Chronica regum Visigothorum
[9v - 11r] list of titles of the Lex Visigothorum
[11v - 161r] Lex Visigothorum
1188 (Zeumer); 1188, Palencia (Carrión or Husillos) (García López)
El Escorial, Real Biblioteca de San Lorenzo, S. II. 21
Lex Visigothorum
14th century (Zeumer); end of the 13th / 14th century, Catalonia (García López)
El Escorial, Real Biblioteca de San Lorenzo, V. II. 15
Lex Visigothorum
Institutiones of Iustinian (14th century)
13th century (Zeumer); 12th/13th century, Barcelona (García López)
Erben des Marquis de Rosanbeau (Heirs of the Marquis de Rosanbeau), Bibliothèque de Rosny, no shelfmark
[Codex Rosanbinus][Lanvellec, Sammlung Marquis Le Peletier de Rosanbo]
together with Paris, Bibliothèque Nationale, Lat. 4406
Lex Romana Visigothorum
10th century (Liebs); ca. 3rd quarter of the 9th century, South France, area of Lyon (?) (Bischoff)
F
Florence, Biblioteca Medicea Laurenziana, Aedil. 82
[169v] Edictum Theoderici, Cap. 20 initium, without documentation of provenance
Collectio Vaticana: 2nd third of the 9th century, North Italy (Bischoff)
Florence, Biblioteca Medicea Laurenziana, LXXVII 1
Lex Baiuvariorum (prologue)
[59] Lex Salica (fragment)
14th century (von Schwind); 12th to 14th century (Eckhardt 1962)
Florence, Biblioteca Medicea Laurenziana, Plut. 89 sup. 86
Capitula Italica c. 18 = Ep. Aeg. PS 2,2,1
2nd half of the 11th century (Mordek)
Fulda, Hochschul- und Landesbibliothek, D 1
[1v - 133r] Lex Romana Visigothorum (Scintilla II)
9th century, Gaul (Hänel); late 8th century, Angers (Liebs); 8th century (Mommsen); 2nd half of the 8th century, Loire area (CLA); 2nd half of the 8th century, Francia (Loire valley?) (Rio); beginning of the 8th century (Jeannin); late 8th century (Bischoff HA); beginning of the 8th century, Gaul (Meyer)
G
Gotha, Forschungs- und Landesbibliothek, Memb. I 84
[P 16, olim 54]
[148vb - 149ra] prologues of the Lex Salica (type S)
[150ra - 159vb] Lex Salica (systematized by Lupus)
[159vb - 160vb] Lex Ribuaria (list of titles edited by Lupus)
[161va - 166rb] Lex Ribuaria (type A, redaction by Lupus)
[167ra - 196vb] Leges Langobardorum (list of titles and text, systematized by Lupus)
[197ra - 203va] Lex Alamannorum (type A)
[148va - vb] prologue of the Lex Baiuvariorum
[203va - 215rb] Lex Baiuvariorum (type F, redaction by Lupus)
[226ra - 336vb] Lex Romana Visigothorum
[339ra - 376rb] Leges Langobardorum with Edictus Rothari and the laws of Grimoald, Liutprand, Ratchis and Aistulf
[406rb] Capitula Italica, c. 15 = Epitome Iuliani 119,6
10th century, Gaul (Hänel); 10th century (Mommsen, Schott, Meyer); ~10th/11th century (Bischoff); 10th/11th century, Mainz (Mordek, Kaiser); 9th/10th century (Beyerle/Buchner, Schott); 11th century (von Schwind); beginning of the 11th century (Eckhardt 1966); 10th/11th century, North Italy (?) (Kottje); 10th or certainly beginning of the 11th century, Fulda (Bluhme); presumably 10th century (Eckhardt 1962)
Graz, Universitätsbibliothek, Ms. III 37, 2
[193r - 198v] Lex Baiuvariorum (fragments, type E)
end of the 12th century (von Schwind, Kottje)
Guttaring, Pfarrarchiv, s.n.
Epitome Iuliani (Capp. 428, 430, 431, 440-447)
3rd quarter of the 9th century, North Italy (Kaiser, Bischoff)
H
Halberstadt, Domschatz, Inv.-Nr. 465-466
[Halberstadt, ehem. Bibliothek des Domgymnasiums, Frg. 1]
Codex Theodosianus (fragment, palimpsest; titles XII 1,179-183, XIV 3,22-4,2)
2nd half of the 5th century, North Italy (CLA); 5th / beginning of the 6th century (Dold 1941, Liebs)
Hamburg, Staats- und Universitätsbibliothek, 141 a in scrinio
[Cod. iur. 2233a / 83]
[160 - 208] Lex Salica (Karolina emendata)
[208 - 237] Lex Ribuaria (type B)
[238 - 273] Lex Alamannorum (type B)
probably still 9th century (Beyerle/Buchner); 2nd half of the 9th century, Fulda (Mordek); end of the 9th century (Buchner); 9th or 10th century (Eckhardt 1966); 2nd half of the 9th century, „in einem Fulda-nahen Stil geschrieben“ (Bischoff) (Kottje); ca. 3rd quarter of the 9th century, Lower Germany (Corvey?) (Bischoff); middle of the 9th century, probably Corvey (Eckhardt 1962 following Bischoff); last quarter of the 9th century, script of Fulda (Schmitz)
Heiligenkreuz, Stiftsbibliothek, 217
[183r - 184r] Lex Baiuvariorum (type H, prologue)
[184r - 203v] Lex Alamannorum (type B)
10th century (von Schwind); end of the 10th century, South-East Germany (Mordek); end of the 10th century, South-West German? (Kottje); late 10th century, South-East German (presumably Bohemia) (Bischoff HA)
I
Innsbruck, Tiroler Landesmuseum Ferdinandeum, FB 32.143/1
Lex Romana Visigothorum (fragment; 9,11,1-9,15,2)
ca. 3rd quarter of the 9th century, France (?) (Bischoff)
Ivrea, Biblioteca Capitolare, XXXIII (4)
[1r - 16v] Lex Ribuaria (type A)
[17r - 47r] Lex Salica (Karolina emendata)
[47v - 48r] Lex Salica (Italian fragment)
[48v - 74v] Lex Alamannorum (type B)
[74v] additional chapters to the Lex Alamannorum
[74v - 75r] Lex Alamannorum (type B, title 5)
[76r - 102r] Lex Burgundionum (type B)
[102r - 124r] Lex Baiuvariorum (type A; prologue, list of titles and text, type A and E)
10th century (Beyerle/Buchner, Eckhardt 1966); mid to 2nd half of the 9th century, North Italy? (Mordek); 9th or 10th century (von Salis); beginning of the 10th century (von Schwind); ~middle of the 9th century, presumably North Italy (Kottje); 2nd third of the 9th century, North Italy (Bischoff); middle of the 9th century (Bluhme, Eckhardt 1962 following Bischoff)
Ivrea, Biblioteca Capitolare, XXXIV (5)
[Iv] Liutprandi notitia de actoribus regis
[57r - 104v] Edictus Rothari
[105r - 107r] Leges a Grimoaldo additae
[108v - 159v] Liutprandi leges
[159v - 162r] Ratchis leges
[162r - 166v] Aistulfi leges
about 830 (Bluhme); 1st third of the 9th century, North Italy (Bischoff); about 830, Pavia (Mordek)
Ivrea, Bibioteca Capitolare, XXXV (17)
Lex Romana Visigothorum with Appendix II
Constitutiones Sirmondianae (1-7)
9th or 10th century (Hänel); 9th/10th century, presumably from France (Liebs); end of the 9th century (Mommsen, Meyer); ~2nd quarter of the 9th century, South (?) France (Bischoff)
Ivrea, Biblioteca Capitolare, XXXVI (18)
Lex Romana Visigothorum
9th/10th century (Hänel, Liebs, Mommsen, Meyer); ~2nd quarter of the 9th century, South France (?) (Bischoff)
K
Karlsruhe, Badische Landesbibliothek, Fragm. Aug. 145
Epitome Iuliani (fragment; list of titles of Capp. 31-64)
1st third of the 9th century, approximately Lyon (?) (Bischoff, Kaiser)
Klagenfurt, Kärntner Landesarchiv, Gv-Hs. 10/2/2
[Klagenfurt, Bibliothek des Kärntner Geschichtsvereins, Ms. 10/2]
excerpts from the Lex Visigothorum (8,3,16-17 and 8,4,1-8,4,6; according to Reccesvinth's recensio)
excerpts from the Epitome Iuliani (Capp. 36, 136, 146, 292)
between 754 and the 2nd third of the 9th century, Nonantola (Kaiser); 2nd third of the 9th century, Nonantola (Bischoff)
Copenhagen, Kongelige Bibliotek, Gl. Kgl. Saml. 1943. 4°
together with Kopenhagen, Kongelige Bibliotek, Gl. Kgl. Saml. 1335. 4°
[1ra - 25ra] Lex Salica (Karolina emendata)
[25va - 42va] Lex Ribuaria (type B)
[42vb - 64rb] Lex Alamannorum (type B)
10th century (Beyerle/Buchner); end of the 9th century, South of France (Mordek); 9th or 10th century (Eckhardt 1966); 4th quarter of the 9th century or 9th/10th century, „französisch“ (Bischoff) (Kottje); end of the 9th century, East France (?) (Bischoff); 4th quarter of the 9th century or 9th/10th century (Eckhardt 1962 following Bischoff)
Copenhagen, Kongelige Bibliotek, Thott 327
Lex Visigothorum
13th/14th century (García López)
Copenhagen, Universitetsbibliotek, 1927
Lex Visigothorum
9th century (García López)
Köln, Erzbischöfliche Diözesan- und Dombibliothek, 212
[26v - 27r] Nov. Valent. 18 and 17
7th century (Meyer); 6th/7th century, France (Bischoff); 590 to 604, France (CLA)
Köln, Historisches Archiv, GB Kasten B 130
formerly together with Münster, Universitäts- und Landesbibliothek, 718m (1186) (2 foll., destroyed 1945)
Codex Iustinianus (3,32,4-12 fin., palimpsest)
Glossary: 7th century, Italy, Codex: 6th century, presumably Italy, rewritten in the later 7th century probably in Italy (CLA)
Köln, Historisches Archiv, W 328
[X 8]
[1r - 59r] Institutes with glosses
[61r - 108r] Epitome Iuliani with glosses and incomplete Appendix B
1st half of the 11th century, Italy (Ciaralli); early 12th century (Radding/Ciaralli); mid of the 1st half of the 12th century (Addenda mid of the 2nd half of the 12th century), Northern Italy (Pavia?) or Provence (Trede)
Kremsmünster, Stiftsbibliothek, Fragm. I/9
Lex Alamannorum (cc. 42, 49)
2nd half of the 9th century, „wohl italienische Schrift“ (Bischoff) (Kottje); 2nd half of the 9th century, probably North Italy (Bischoff); 2nd half of the 9th century, Italy (Hartmann)
L
Laon, Bibliothèque Municipale, 265
[174v - 175v] Epitome Aegidii (PS IV 10)
1st half of the 9th century, Laon (Mordek)
Leiden, Bibliotheek der Rijksuniversiteit, BPL 114
According to Bischoff and Mordek this codex belongs together with the Leiden manuscript and Paris, Bibliothèque Nationale, Lat. 4629. David Ganz contradicts this statement (see bibliographic reference below).
[9r - 88v] Epitome Aegidii
9th century (Hänel, Mommsen); beginning of the 9th century, presumably from Bourges (Liebs); 8th/9th century, presumably Bourges (Bischoff, Mordek); end of the 8th century, North France (Reims) (CLA)
Leiden, Bibliotheek der Rijksuniversiteit, BPL 191 BA
Epitome Aegidii
10th century (Mommsen, Liebs); ~2nd third of the 9th century, South France (Bischoff)
Leiden, Bibliotheek der Rijksuniversiteit, BPL 2005
[BPG 45A]
[12r - 15r] Lex Salica (type C, long prologue, short prologue, list of titles and some excerpts from the text)
about 1550 (Eckhardt 1962); about 1550, Netherlands (Mordek)
Leiden, Bibliotheek der Rijksuniversiteit, Voss. Lat. O. 86
[42r - 70r] Lex Salica Karolina (list of titles and text)
1st half of the 9th century, Paris area (Eckhardt 1962 following Bischoff); 1st third of the 9th century, presumably Paris area (Bischoff); 9th / beginning of the 10th century, Trier (?) (Rio)
Leiden, Bibliotheek der Rijksuniversiteit, Voss. Lat. Q. 47
[2 - 155] Lex Romana Visigothorum with Appendix II
10th century, Gaul (Hänel, Meyer); 10th century (Mommsen); ~2nd third of the 9th century, presumably West France (Bischoff)
Leiden, Bibliotheek der Rijksuniversiteit, Voss. Lat. Q. 119
According to p. 211 the manuscript Paris, Bibliothèque Nationale, Lat. 10755 (olim Suppl. Lat. 1046) from 1839 or 1840 is a copy of the Leiden codex, which contains the Lex Salica with the Edictum Chilperici, the Pactus Childeberti I. et Chlotharii I. and the Childeberti II. decretio.
[10r] Constitutiones Sirmondianae (no. 1, excerpt)
[12r - 64r] Epitome Aegidii
[64r] Lex Salica (Recapitulatio solidorum)
[64v - 83v] Lex Salica (long prologue [type E], list of titles and text [Karolina emendata] with Capitula legi Salicae addita)
[88v] Lex Salica (epilogue, excerpt from the short prologue)
[89r - 93v] Lex Ribuaria (type B)
[93v - 108r] Lex Alamannorum (type B, list of titles and text)
[108r - 131r] Lex Baiuvariorum (type A, prologue and text)
10th century (Hänel, Mommsen); 4th quarter of the 9th century, vicinity of Paris (Liebs); 4th quarter of the 9th century (foll. 1-119) and beginning of the 10th century (foll. 120-141), Paris area (Mordek); 9th/10th century / beginning of the 10th century (?), probably South-West France (Bischoff); 10th century (Beyerle/Buchner); 9th century (von Schwind, Eckhardt 1966); foll. 1-119: 4th quarter of the 9th century, French („offenbar in Chartres benutzt“ [Bischoff]), foll: 120-142: beginning of the 10th century (Kottje); 2nd half of the 9th century, Paris area, used in Chartres around the year 1000 (Eckhardt 1962 following Bischoff)
Leipzig, Universitätsbibliothek, 3493 + 3494
[Hänel 8+9]
[1 - 54b] Epitome Iuliani (Capp. 25-141)
[55a - 150b] Epitome Iuliani (Capp. 237-421)
[151a - 171b] Epitome Iuliani (Capp. 513-564)
[171b - 183b] Appendix B to the Epitome Iuliani
[186a - 192a, 193a - b] Constitutiones from the Codex Iustinianus (book 7)
[193b - 194a] Constitutiones de rebus ecclesiasticis with capitulatio (edited version of the chapters 8-10 = Epitome Iuliani Capp. 458, 461, 467)
[196a] Epitome Aegidii (Nov. Marc. 5)
[196a - 197a] title 4,2 pr.-1 from Justinian's Institutiones
[199a - 225a] Appendix A to the Epitome Iuliani
[225a] Edictum Theoderici (Capp. 85-87)
[225a - 232b] Sacra privilegia concilii Vizaceni
[232b - 243b] Constitutiones de rebus ecclesiasticis with capitulatio
[243 - 354] Lex Romana Curiensis
9th century (Hänel, Mommsen); 1st third of the 9th century, Verona (Liebs); 1st third and middle of the 9th century, North Italy (presumably Verona, provenance: Udine) (Mordek); 2nd quarter and 2nd half of the 9th century, Verona (Bischoff); 1st third and middle of the 9th century, Verona (Kaiser, Meyer-Marthaler)
Leipzig, Universitätsbibliothek, 3503
[Hänel 6]
[5r - 62v] Epitome Iuliani with summae of the chapters
[63r - 65r] Appendix B to the Epitome Iuliani
[68r - 71r] Paratitla to the Epitome Iuliani
11th century, South Italy (Kaiser); 11th century, Beneventan (Bischoff HA)
León, Bibliotéca Catedral, 15
[81 - 185] Lex Romana Visigothorum (palimpsest)
9th century (Liebs, Mommsen); palimpsest: between 546 and ~660, Spain (Mommsen, Meyer); 7th century (before 669?), Visigoth kingdom (probably from the same scriptorium as ) (CLA)
Livorno, Biblioteca Comunale Labronica, 40
[177r] Regulae ecclesiasticae (Excerpta Bobiensia) up to Cap. 52
turn of the 11th to the 12th century, North Italy (Kaiser)
London, British Library, Add. 22398
[69rb - 88va] Lex Salica (Karolina emendata, list of titles and text)
[91ra - 104ra] Lex Ribuaria (type B, list of titles and text)
10th century (Beyerle/Buchner); 9th/10th century or 1st quarter of the 10th century, presumably France (Mordek); fol. 2: ~3rd quarter of the 9th century, France (Bischoff); turn of the 9th to the 10th century (Eckhardt 1962 following Bischoff)
London, British Library, Add. 33610
[11] Lex Visigothorum (fragment)
8th or 9th century (Zeumer); 9th century (García López)
London, British Library, Add. 47676
[Codex Holkhamensis 210]
-- excerpts from the Epitome Aegidii
-- excerpts from the Appendix A of the Epitome Iuliani
-- excerpts from Justinian's Institutiones
-- excerpts from the Codex Iustinianus
-- excerpts from the Lex Visigothorum
[156va - 164ra] Epitome Iuliani (Capp. 132, 114, 161, 259, 324, 325, 373, 378, 392) with summae to the chapters
10th/11th century (Mommsen); end of the 10th century, Lower Italy (Liebs); end of the 10th century, Ravello (Mordek); foll. 1-156: late 10th century, foll. 157-164: 12th century, South Italy (Kaiser); late 9th or 10th century (Zeumer)
London, British Library, Add. 49365
Lex Visigothorum with list of titles
12th/13th century, León (García López)
London, British Library, Cotton Otho E.XIII
[139r - 141v] Excerpta de libris Romanorum et Francorum
9th/10th century or beginning of the 10th century, Brittany (Bischoff)
London, British Library, Egerton 269
together with Paris, Bibliothèque Nationale, Lat. 4633 and London, British Library, Egerton 2832; foll. 29-32 of Paris, Bibliothèque Nationale, Lat. 7561 follow fol. 17v of London, British Library, Egerton 269, bearing a fragment of the Divisio regnorum. For further information please see the following references: and
[3r] continuation of the Lex Ribuaria (title 91,1 onwards)
[3r - 8v] Lex Saxonum
[14r - 16v] Lex Alamannorum (type B, list of titles and text up to title 2,1)
[17r - v] Lex Burgundionum (title 85 up to 88)
[17r - v] Lex Romana Burgundionum (title 17)
9th or 10th century, presumably of French origin (Beyerle/Buchner); beginning of the 10th century, North-East France (Corbie?) (Mordek); late 9th century (text of the Lex Ribuaria, Buchner); 10th century (von Salis); 1st quarter of the 10th century, North-East France? (Kottje); 10th or 11th century (Eckhardt 1966); end of the 9th century or beginning of the 10th century, Corbie (von Schwerin); first quarter of the 10th century, North-East France (Eckhardt 1962 following Bischoff)
London, British Library, Egerton 2832
together with Paris, Bibliothèque Nationale, Lat. 4633 and London, British Library, Egerton 269
[3r] Lex Salica (end of the long prologue)
[3r - 27r] Lex Salica (Karolina emendata, list of titles and text)
[27r - 35v, 40r - 43v, 36r - 39v, 44r - v] Lex Ribuaria (type B, list of titles and text up to title 91,1)
[47v - 48v] Lex Salica (Recapitulatio solidorum)
9th or 10th century, presumably of French origin (Beyerle/Buchner); beginning of the 10th century, North-East France (Corbie?) (Mordek); late 9th century (text of Lex Ribuaria, Buchner); 1st quarter of the 10th century, North-East France? (Kottje); 1st quarter of the 10th century, North-East France (Eckhardt 1962 following Bischoff); 2nd half /end of the 9th century, French (Bischoff HA)
Leuven, Bibliothèque de l'Université (Bibliotheek der Katholieke Universiteit), Frg. H. Omont 2 A u. B
Lex Romana Visigothorum
1st half of the 7th century (Liebs); 1st half of the 7th century, Spain or South France (Bischoff/Brown); 7th century, Lyon (McCormick)
Lyon, Bibliothèque Municipale, 375
[303]
[1r - 125v] Lex Romana Visigothorum (Epitome Lugdunensis, from III, 16, 1 to Paul. Sent. III, 8, 28), with glosses by Florus of Lyon (?)
[126r - 129v] Lex Salica Karolina. List of titles and text up to 35, 5. Explicit: … quem alterius canes moverunt aut lassaverunt occiderit et celaverit DCtis din.//
end of the 9th/beginning of the 10th century, Lex Salica 11th century, Gaul (Hänel); end of the 9th/beginning of the 10th century, Lyon (Liebs); 9th/10th century (Mommsen); ~2nd quarter of the 9th century, Lyon (Bischoff)
M
Madrid, Biblioteca de la Universidad, 89
[7r - 82] Lex Visigothorum
13th or 14th century (Zeumer); 14th century, Palencia (García López)
Madrid, Biblioteca Nacional, 413
[D. 117]

[5r - 15r] Edictus Rothari (prologue and list of titles)
[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
10th century, in parts Benevento or Salerno (Bluhme); early 11th century, presumably Apulian (Mordek)
Madrid, Biblioteca Nacional, 772
Lex Visigothorum
16th century (Zeumer, García López)
Madrid, Biblioteca Nacional, 10064
Lex Visigothorum with list of titles
late 10th or 11th century (Zeumer); late 10th or 11th century, Toledo (García López)
Madrid, Biblioteca Nacional, 12909
Lex Visigothorum
16th century (Zeumer); ca. 1573 (García López)
Madrid, Biblioteca Nacional, Vitrina 14.5 mit eingebundenem Blatt s.n.
[9 - 148v] Lex Visigothorum
[149r] Chronica regum Visigothorum
1020 (Zeumer); 1058, sheet: late 10th century, San Isidoro de León (García López)
Madrid, Biblioteca Real Academia de la Historia, 34
Lex Visigothorum
10th century (Zeumer); beginning of the 10th century, Pyrenees or Aragon (García López)
Milan, Archivio Storico Civico e Biblioteca Trivulziana, 688
together with Novara, Biblioteca Capitolare, Ms. LXXVI (13)
[Qu. 2, f. 1r - Qu. 33, f. 2v] Epitome Iuliani with Appendix A and list of titles
end of the 8th century, Novara (Kaiser); Rufinus: ~3rd quarter of the 9th century, North Italy (Novara?), effect of French training (?) (Bischoff); 8th/9th century, North Italy (CLA)
Milan, Biblioteca Ambrosiana, A. 46 inf.
[51r - 52v] Constitutiones Sirmondianae within a treatise by Florus of Lyon
[152r - 156r] excerpt from the Epitome Aegidii
end of the 9th century, Reims (Liebs); 10th century (Mommsen, Williams); end of the 9th century, Reims (Mordek); 3rd third of the 9th century, Reims (Bischoff); partly 4th quarter of the 9th century, partly turn from the 9th to the 10th century, area of Reims (Eckhardt 1962 following Bischoff)
Milan, Biblioteca Ambrosiana, A. 220 inf.
1st quarter of the 9th century, Saint Denis (Liebs, Mordek); Flavius Josephus: 1st/2nd quarter of the 9th century, Saint Denis, written for Reichenau (Bischoff)
Milan, San Ambrogio, Archivio Capitolare, s.n.
Lex Romana Curiensis (fragment)
end of the 9th century, Raetia (?) (Meyer-Marthaler); 9th/10th century, probably North Italy (Kaiser, Bischoff)
Milan, Biblioteca Ambrosiana, C. 29 inf.
Institutiones of Iustinianus
[144 - 161] Lex Romana Visigothorum
12th century, Gaul (Hänel); 11th century (Mommsen, Kaiser)
Milan, Biblioteca Ambrosiana, C. 276 inf.
Lex Romana Visigothorum
explanationes titulorum
9th century, Gaul (Hänel); 9th century (Mommsen); 9th century, Avignon (Liebs); 1st third of the 9th century, France (Bischoff)
Milan, Biblioteca Ambrosiana, G. 58 sup.
Foll. 41 - 73 belong to Vatican, Biblioteca Apostolica Vaticana, Vat. Lat. 5751, connecting to fol. 54. They were included in the Milanese codex due to a binding error. For the Vatican codex see:
[17r - 28r] Regulae ecclesiasticae (Excerpta Bobiensia)
9th/10th century , Bobbio (Kaiser); 3rd/4th quarter of the 9th century, presumably Bobbio (Bischoff); 2nd half of the 6th / 7th century, (North) Italy (Bobbio) (CLA)
Milan, Biblioteca Ambrosiana, O. 55 sup.
This codex and Milan, Biblioteca Ambrosiana, O. 53 sup. are parts of a single manuscript.
[32v] Epitome Iuliani 119,6 = Capitula Italica c. 15
[33r - 40r] Epitome Aegidii (one chapter included in the Capitula Italica [CTh 4,5,1])
[33r - 40r] Lex Romana Curiensis (three chapters included in the Capitula Italica)
11th century, Italy (Meyer-Marthaler); middle of the 11th century , probably written in North Italy by the notary Secundus (colophon fol. 75v) together with the preceding codex O. 53 sup. (Pavia?) (Mordek); 9th century (Bischoff HA)
Modena, Biblioteca Capitolare, O. I. 2
The legal codex of Eberhard of Friaul from ca. 829-836 served as a model for this manuscript. (Eckhardt 1962)
[-- 9r - v] Lex Baiuvariorum (prologue)
[-- 9v - 10r] Lex Salica (type S, long and short prologue)
[-- 12r - 29r] systematized Lex Salica version by Lupus (list of titles and text)
[-- 29r - v] Lex Salica (Recapitulatio solidorum)
[-- 30v - 41v] Lex Ribuaria in the redaction by Lupus (type A, list of titles and text)
[-- 42v - 107v] systematized version of the Lex Langobardorum by Lupus (list of titles and text)
[-- 108r - 109v, 111v - 125r] Lex Alamannorum (type A, list of titles and text)
[-- 125r - 152r] Lex Baiuvariorum in the redaction by Lupus (type F, list of titles and text)
991/992 (Beyerle/Buchner); end of the 10th century (~991), North Italy (Mordek); 990/991 (Buchner, Eckhardt 1962); 10th century, written not after 990 (von Schwind); ~990, North Italy (Kottje); 991 (Eckhardt 1966); 10th century (Schott); before 991 (Bluhme); middle of the 10th century (?) (Russo, Bougard)
Modena, Biblioteca Estense, Codex Estensis
Lex Baiuvariorum (prologue)
Lex Salica
15th century (von Schwind); ~1490 (Mordek, Eckhardt 1962)
Monte Cassino, Archivio dell'Abbazia, 90
Leges Langobardorum
not specified
Monte Cassino, Archivio dell'Abbazia, 125
Collectio in V libris (with excerpts from the Epitome Iuliani)
11th century (about 1023) (Mordek)
Monte Cassino, Archivio dell'Abbazia, 175
[353]
[581 - 586] Radelgisi et Siginulfi divisio ducatus Beneventani
written on order of Abbot John (abbot from 915 to 934), Monte Cassino (Bluhme); during the abbacy of John I of Monte Cassino (915-934), finished 922, additions from 1000 and 1224, Capua, San Benedetto (Pohl); between 915-934 (during the abbacy of John of Monte Cassino), probably before 923, Capua (Mordek)
Monte Cassino, Archivio dell'Abbazia, 522
[472]
Codex Theodosianus (six reviewed Constitutiones)
10th/11th century (Mommsen)
Montpellier, Bibliothèque Interuniversitaire (Section Médecine), H 84
[1 - 139] Lex Romana Visigothorum with Appendix I
[140 - 141] glosses to the Lex Romana Visigothorum
early 9th century, Burgundy (Liebs); 9th century, Gaul (Hänel); 9th century (Mommsen); 8th century, Autun or Couches, additions 9th century (Bischoff); 2nd half of the 8th century, Autun or Couches (CLA); 4th quarter of the 8th century, Couches (Dubreucq)
Montpellier, Bibliothèque Interuniversitaire (Section Médecine), H 136
[1r - 156r] Lex Romana Visigothorum with younger glosses and explanationes titulorum
[156r] Lex Romana Burgundionum (title 2)
[156r - 170v] Lex Salica (type D, long prologue, list of titles and text)
[172r] Lex Salica (type D, epilogue and list of kings)
[174v - 175r] Lex Salica (Recapitulatio solidorum)
beginning of the 10th century (Hänel); 10th century (Mommsen); 1st third of the 9th century (from fol. 179v onwards soon after 818/819), France (relation to court?) (Mordek); 1st or 2nd quarter of the 9th century, [Leges-scriptorium], South origin (Bischoff); 10th century (von Salis); 1st or 2nd quarter of the 9th century, additions dating later, after 819 (Eckhardt 1962)
Montpellier, Bibliothèque Interuniversitaire (Section Médecine), H 306
Codex Theodosianus (excerpt)
9th century (Mommsen, Liebs); foll. 6-13: ca. 831, Northern France (?), foll. 14-222: ca. 2nd quarter of the 9th century, Auxerre (?) (Bischoff)
Munich, Bayerische Staatsbibliothek, Lat. 2621
[Aldersbac. 91]
[1r - 23v] Lex Baiuvariorum (type G; prologue, list of titles, text)
[23v - 24v] Epitome legis Alamannorum
13th century (von Schwind, Eckhardt 1966);13th century, Aldersbach (Kottje); 13th century, from Aldersbach (Mordek)
Munich, Bayerische Staatsbibliothek, Lat. 3519
copy of Munich, Bayerische Staatsbibliothek, Lat. 5260
[1r - 36r] Lex Baiuvariorum (type B, prologue, list of titles and text)
[43r - v] Edictus Rothari
12th century (von Schwind); 1st half of the 12th century (after 1125), Niederalteich (?) (Kottje); 2nd half of the 12nd century, South of Germany (Mordek)
Munich, Bayerische Staatsbibliothek, Lat. 3853
[159r - 160r] Lex Baiuvariorum (type H, prologue)
[160r - 181v] Lex Alamannorum (type B, list of titles and text)
10th century (von Schwind, Eckhardt 1966); 2nd half of the 10th century, South of Germany (Augsburg?) (Mordek); end of the 10th century, Alamannic? (Kottje)
Munich, Bayerische Staatsbibliothek, Lat. 4115
[Cimel. IV 3g]
The Manuscripta Juridica database records a Lex Salica in the codex Kiel, Universitätsbibliothek, K. B. 207K. B. 207. The text is a copy of the first 53 titles of the Salian law taken from the Munich codex conducted by the Kiel-based lawyer Andreas Wilhelm Cramer in 1816. Cf. the catalogue description by Henning Ratjen, Verzeichnis von Handschriften der Kieler Universitäts-Bibliothek Abtheilung 1-4, Kiel 1873, p. 61.
[1r - 23v] Lex Ribuaria (type A, list of titles and text)
[24r - 42r] Lex Alamannorum (type A, text)
[42v - 64v] Lex Salica (type A, list of titles and text)
[67r - v] Lex Burgundionum (cc. 78, 42 and 75)
end of the 8th/beginning of the 9th century (Beyerle/Buchner, Eckhardt 1966); 8th/9th century, South Germany (Mordek); 8th or 9th century (von Salis); beginning of the 9th century, South Germany (Kottje); first quarter of the 9th century, South Germany (Bischoff); about 800, written in a German scriptorium (Bischoff, Eckhardt 1962)
Munich, Bayerische Staatsbibliothek, Lat. 4460
[1r - 2r] Lex Baiuvariorum (type H, prologue)
[2r - 22v] Lex Alamannorum (type B, list of titles and text)
[33r - v] Lex Alamannorum (type B, title 6)
[96r - 101v] excerpt of the Epitome Aegidii
11th century (Mommsen, Eckhardt 1966, Kottje); 11th century, South Germany (Liebs, Mordek); 2nd half of the 11th century, Southern Germany (?) (Schmitz)
Munich, Bayerische Staatsbibliothek, Lat. 4639
[1v - 2r] Lex Baiuvariorum (Capitulatio with the titles III, IV and V)
[3v - 60r] Lex Baiuvariorum (according to Merkel type B, to Krusch type A, prologue and text)
12th century (von Schwind); 12th century, Benediktbeuern (Kottje); 2nd half of the 12th century, Bavaria (Mordek); 1st quarter of the 9th century, group of manuscripts from Wessobrunn (Bischoff)
Munich, Bayerische Staatsbibliothek, Lat. 5260
[1r - 27v] Lex Baiuvariorum (type B, prologue, list of titles and text)
[33v - 34r] Edictus Rothari (cc. 180, 179, 178)
12th century (von Schwind); 1st half of the 12th century (after 1119), Herrenchiemsee (home library) (Kottje); 12th century (after 1120), Bavaria (Mordek)
Munich, Bayerische Staatsbibliothek, Lat. 6241
[Fris. 41, B.F. 1]
Lex Baiuvariorum (Capp. 8 and 9 of title 1)
last third of the 10th century, Freising (Mordek)
Munich, Bayerische Staatsbibliothek, Lat. 6245
[Fris. 45, B.K. 1]
Served as a model for Munich, Bayerische Staatsbibliothek, Lat. 6241
Lex Baiuvariorum (Capp. 8 and 9 of title 1)
11th century (von Schwind); 2nd half of the 10th century, Freising (Mordek); 3rd quarter of the 9th century, Freising (Bischoff)
Munich, Bayerische Staatsbibliothek, Lat. 6375
[1v - 2v] Codex Iustinianus (fragment, C 3,13,2-3,17,1)
9th or 10th century (Krüger); Rufinus: ca. 2nd third of the 9th century, Northern Italy (Bischoff); 1st half of the 9th century, Southern Bavaria (Glauche); 1st third of the 9th century, Bavaria (Bierbrauer); 9th century, Southern Germany (Ciaralli)
Munich, Bayerische Staatsbibliothek, Lat. 9653
[27r - 67v] Lex Baiuvariorum (type C)
beginning of the 10th century (von Schwind); 11th/12th century, Niederalteich (?), Oberaltaich (Kottje)
Munich, Bayerische Staatsbibliothek, Lat. 11029
[87v - 102r] Lex Baiuvariorum
[102r - 102v] Epitome legis Alamannorum
15th century (von Schwind, Eckhardt 1966); 15th century, Ilz (Passau), St Salvator (Kottje); 15th century, Passau (Mordek)
Munich, Bayerische Staatsbibliothek, Lat. 14432
Lex Baiuvariorum (fragment, XVI 14-17 and XVII 3-6)
Lex Baiuvariorum: mid of the 9th century, Regensburg, St Emmeram
Munich, Bayerische Staatsbibliothek, Lat. 19414
[87v - 105v] Lex Baiuvariorum (type C, prologue and text, amendmends with manuscripts of the E-, D- and G-type)
11th century (von Schwind); 12th century, Tegernsee (Kottje); foll. 87v-105v (Lex Baiuvariorum): 11th/12th century or 1st half of the 12th century , Tegernsee (Mordek)
Munich, Bayerische Staatsbibliothek, Lat. 19415
[2 - 121] Lex Baiuvariorum (type B, prologue, list of titles and text)
[236 - 266, 287 - 306, 267 - 286] Lex Alamannorum (type B, list of titles and text)
10th century, with corrections (12th century) and glosses (15th century) (von Schwind); foll. 1-220: 1st third of the 9th century (811-836), Freising, foll. 221-286: middle of the 11th century, Tegernsee (Kottje); part I (pp. 1-120): 1st third of the 9th century, Freising (Hitto-time), part II (pp. 221-306): ca. middle of the 11th century, Tegernsee (Mordek); 9th or 10th century (Eckhardt 1966)
Munich, Bayerische Staatsbibliothek, Lat. 19416
[45r-v] Lex Ribuaria (type B, title 91,2)
end of the 9th century, South of Bavaria (Mordek)
Munich, Bayerische Staatsbibliothek, Lat. 22501
Lex Romana Visigothorum
7th century, Gaul (Hänel, Liebs, Mommsen); 6th century, South France (CLA); 6th century (Meyer)
Munich, Bayerische Staatsbibliothek, Lat. 29560
[Clm 29086 c]
together with Munich, University Library, 4° Cod. ms. 1140 and Philadelphia, Free Library, Lewis T162 (one folio)
Lex Salica (fragment)
beginning of the 9th century, South Germany (?) (Bischoff)
Munich, Bayerische Staatsbibliothek, Lat. 29561/1
[Clm 29086 a]
together with Munich, Bayerische Staatsbibliothek, Lat. 14415 (fragments in the fold).
Lex Baiuvariorum (fragment)
beginning of the 9th century, Freising – Regensburg, St Emmeram (Kottje); beginning of the 9th century, Bavaria (Bischoff)
Munich, Bayerische Staatsbibliothek, Lat. 29561/2
[Clm 29086 b]
Lex Baiuvariorum (fragment)
1st/2nd quarter of the 9th century, Freising (Bischoff)
Munich, Universitätsbibliothek, 8° 132
[1r - 87r] Lex Baiuvariorum (type B and Appendix V with emendations following type E)
end of the 8th/beginning of the 9th century (von Schwind); beginning of the 9th century, Regensburg area (Kottje); beginning of the 9th century, presumably „Umgebung von Regensburg“ [Bischoff] (Mordek); 1st quarter of the 9th century, South-East Bavaria (Bischoff)
Münster, Landesarchiv NRW, Abteilung Westfalen, msc. VII. 5201
[5 - 19] Lex Saxonum (text without capitulatio)
[19 - 27] Lex Thuringorum
[178 - 183, 185 - 188] various works of Hrabanus Maurus (with quote of Inst. 3,6 pr.-8)
middle of the 10th century (von Schwerin); 2nd quarter of the 10th century (presumably 945 or shortly after), Corvey (Mordek)
Münster, Universitätsbibliothek, Fragment unsigniert (Depositum aus dem Privatbesitz Siewert)
Leges Langobardorum
9th century, presumably Salzburg (Siewert 1993)
N
New Haven, Yale University, The Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library, 212
[1r - 37r] Lex Salica
15th century (Eckhardt 1962); 4th quarter of the 15th century, North France (Shailor)
New Haven, Yale University, The Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library, 974
Codex Iustinianus (C. 1,14,5,1-1,18,3, fragments)
2nd half of the 11th century, possibly Rome (Loschiavo); late 11th century, Rome or Rome area (Farfa) (Dolezalek / Ciaralli)
Nuremberg, Stadtbibliothek, Cent. V, App. 96
[1r - 26v] Lex Salica (Karolina emendata, list of titles and text)
1st quarter or middle of the 9th century (Eckhardt 1962 following Bischoff); 1st half of the 9th century (after 811), presumably by a West-Frankish scribe in the German-insular area (Bischoff) (Mordek); 2nd third of the 9th century, middle of Germany (?) (Bischoff)
O
Orléans, Bibliothèque Municipale, 221
[206 - 212] Excerpta de libris Romanorum et Francorum
~middle of the 9th century, Brittany (Bischoff)
Oxford, Bodleian Library, Arch. Selden. B. 16
[Catalogue-No. 3362]
[138v - 227v] Lex Romana Visigothorum (Epitome codicis Seldeni)
Constitutiones Sirmondianae (1-7)
end of the 12th century (Hänel); between 1125 and 1137, written by William of Malmesbury (Mommsen, Meyer)
Oxford, Bodleian Library, Hatton 42
[Catalogue-No. 4117]
[130r - 132v] Excerpta de libris Romanorum et Francorum
[134v - 138r] Lex Romana Visigothorum (Gai Institutiones I)
[138v] Addendum of the 10th or 11th century: Lex Romana Burgundionum (tit. 2,1-6)
[138v] Addendum of the 10th or 11th century: Epitome Aegidii (Nov. Valent. 3)
[204v] Epitome Aegidii (CTh 9,1,11; Addendum of the 10th or 11th century)
ca. middle of the 9th century, Brittany (foll. 189-204) (Mordek); part I: ca. 1st third of the 9th century, Brittany, part II: ca. 1st/2nd quarter of the 9th century, North France (?) (Bischoff)
P
Paris, Bibliothèque Nationale, Baluze 270
[68 - 69] Epitome Iuliani (fragment; capp. 354-356, 361-363)
8th century (CLA); 9th century, France (Bischoff)
Paris, Bibliothèque Nationale, Lat. 1452
apograph of Berlin, Staatsbibliothek - Preußischer Kulturbesitz, Phill. 1745
Codex Theodosianus (excerpt)
Constitutiones Sirmondianae (1-18)
4. quarter of the 9th century or 9th/10th century, Rhône area (Mordek); 10th century (Bischoff HA); 4th quarter of the 9th century or 9th/10th century, presumably from Vienne (Bischoff)
Paris, Bibliothèque Nationale, Lat. 1730
Lex Romana Visigothorum (Pauli sententiae)
constitutions from the Codex Iustinianus
14th century (Hänel, Mommsen)
Paris, Bibliothèque Nationale, Lat. 3182
[Codex Bigotianus]
[160b - 164a] Excerpta de libris Romanorum et Francorum
[315a - 338b] Lex Salica (long prologue of type D, list of titles and text of the Karolina emendata)
turn from the 10th to the 11th century, Brittany (Eckhardt 1962 following Bischoff); 2nd half of the 10th century, written by a Discipulus Maeloc in Brittany (according to colophon p. 356) (Mordek); 10th/11th century (Bischoff HA); 9th/10th century (Coumert); ca. 2nd half of the 10th century, Brittany (Bischoff)
Paris, Bibliothèque Nationale, Lat. 3841
[150] Lex Romana Visigothorum (CTh 9,45,4; LRV 9,34,1)
10th century (Mommsen, Mordek, Conrat); 10th century, French (Bischoff HA); 2nd half of the 10th century, France (Hartmann)
Paris, Bibliothèque Nationale, Lat. 4403
Lex Romana Visigothorum with Appendix I and the older explanationes titulorum
around the year 800 (Liebs); 8th/9th century, Gaul (Hänel: in Gallia meridionali); end of the 8th/beginning of the 9th century (Mommsen, Meyer); 8th century (CLA) / beginning of the 9th century, presumably French, presumably based on a French model (Bischoff HA); ~3rd quarter of the 9th century, presumably South France (Bischoff)
Paris, Bibliothèque Nationale, Lat. 4403 A
Paris, Bibliothèque Nationale, Lat. 13028 belongs to this codex. Cf. and
[29 - 213] Lex Romana Visigothorum
9th century, Gaul (Hänel); middle of the 8th century, Gaul (Liebs); 9th century (Mommsen, Meyer); middle of the 8th century, North France (CLA); 8th century (Bischoff HA following CLA); 1st half of the 8th century, North-East France (Bischoff)
Paris, Bibliothèque Nationale, Lat. 4403 B
[1 - 95r] Lex Romana Visigothorum, Epitome Monachi. Incipit: [quam quatuor] menses permittatur quibus ex[actis] etiam si aliud beneficium dominorum [Epitome II, 6, 1, ed. Hänel p. 41]; due to a confused order the beginning of the Epitome starts on fol. 2r (ed. Hänel, p. 5-452). Explicit: … ut neuter coniugum sit locuplitior. Fol. 46v has a 10th-century list of names in reversed typeface, which von Boeren (p. 43) interpreted as a toll register, Bischoff (p. 94) as a list of wrongdoers. Transcription in Boeren p. 43, who locates the list to Northeast France. The names, however, are also traceable in 10th-century diplomas from Cluny.
[96v - 111v] Lex Salica (C-version). list of titles, excerpt from the prologue and text. Incipit: INCIPIT PACTUS SALICAE LEGIS. PRIMA DE MANNIRE … Explicit: … SOLIDUS XV CULPABILIS IUDICETUR EXC. CAP. ET DEL. 111v: The last title is followed by a blessing from the 10th century (barely readable): Maria cuncta te cumfondat … Transcription in Boeren p. 43 f.
partly 8th/partly 9th century, Gaul (Hänel); 8th century (foll. 1-7) / 9th century (rest up to 95r), Luxeuil (Liebs); end of the 8th century, Luxeuil (Mordek); 8th/9th century (Mommsen, Meyer); 8th century (CLA) / (beginning of the) 1st third of the 9th/9th century, between Germany and France (?), partly around Trier area, school of Luxeuil (Bischoff HA); end of the 8th century, written in Luxeuil (Bischoff) (Eckhardt 1962); 1st third of the 9th century, Luxeuil (Bischoff)
Paris, Bibliothèque Nationale, Lat. 4404
[2va - 3ra] Lex Romana Visigothorum (Commonitorium)
[3va - 178vb] Lex Romana Visigothorum (list of titles and text, defective)
[179r - 180va] Lex Salica (type A, list of titles)
[180va - 194va] Lex Salica (type A, text)
[197ra - rb] Lex Salica (type D, long prologue)
[198ra - 212vb] Lex Alamannorum (type A, shortened list of titles and text)
[213ra - 227rb] Lex Ribuaria (type A, list of titles and text)
9th century, Gaul (Hänel, Mommsen, Meyer); early 9th century, Tours (Liebs); beginning of the 9th century (after 804), probably Tours (Mordek); probably 1st quarter of the 9th century (Beyerle/Buchner); beginning or middle of the 9th century (Buchner); beginning of the 9th century (Eckhardt 1966); beginning of the 9th century, area of Tours, scribe: Audgarius; 9th century (Bischoff HA); 800-814, near Tours (Eckhardt 1962)
Paris, Bibliothèque Nationale, Lat. 4405
[1v - 16v] Lex Romana Visigothorum (list of titles)
[17r - 17v] Lex Romana Visigothorum (Praefatio)
[17v - 24v] Lex Romana Visigothorum (list of titles)
[25v - 33v] Lex Romana Visigothorum (list of titles)
[34r - 238r] Lex Romana Visigothorum (text)
end of the 9th century (Hänel, Liebs); end of the 9th century, Gaul (Mommsen, Meyer); 9th century (Bischoff HA); 9th century, West-Francia (Rio); ca. 3rd quarter of the 9th century, West France (Poitiers ?); Formulae: Addenda of the 10th century (Bischoff)
Paris, Bibliothèque Nationale, Lat. 4406
together with Heirs of the Marquis de Rosanbeau, Bibliothèque de Rosny, shelfmark unknown, Paris, Bibliothèque Nationale, Lat. 4410 and Paris, Bibliothèque Nationale, Lat. 9652 - apograph of Ivrea, Bibioteca Capitolare, XXXV (17)
[1 - 56v] Lex Romana Visigothorum (fragmentary from CTh XII,1,2 onwards)
[44r] Constitutiones Sirmondianae (no. 1, following CTh XVI,5,3)
[56r - 58v] Lex Romana Visigothorum (fragmentary: prologue, Formulae iudiciales secundum legem Romanam, list of titles of book I and II)
[60 - 67] Lex Romana Visigothorum (13th quire from Paris, Bibliothèque Nationale, Lat. 9652)
[69r - 72r] collection of quotations on the prohibition of incest (e.g. CTh 3,12)
late 9th/beginning of the 10th century, Gaul (Hänel); 9th century, France (Liebs); 9th century (Mommsen); 9th century (Bischoff HA); foll. 1-56: ca. 3rd quarter of the 9th century, South France, area of Lyon (?), foll. 57-59: ca. 3rd third of the 9th century, France (Bischoff)
Paris, Bibliothèque Nationale, Lat. 4408
[11v - 216v] Lex Romana Visigothorum
9th century (Hänel, Liebs, Mommsen, Meyer); 1st half of the 9th century, presumably area of Tours (Bischoff HA); ca. 1st/2nd quarter of the 9th century, presumably West France (Bischoff)
Paris, Bibliothèque Nationale, Lat. 4409
[10v - 24v, 33r - 35v, 25r - 32v, 36r - 120r] Lex Romana Visigothorum (list of titles and text with in part heavily glossed text, younger glosses and younger explanationes titulorum)
[120v] Lex Salica (list of kings)
[124rb - 133v] Lex Salica (type E, list of titles, list of kings, long prologue and text)
[134v] Lex Salica (epilogue)
[144v - 183v] Epitome Aegidii
10th century, Gaul (Hänel); late 9th century, North France (Liebs); end of the 9th century, (North) France (Mordek); 10th century (Mommsen, Meyer); 9th century (Bischoff HA); end of the 9th century (Eckhardt 1962 following Bischoff); end of the 9th century, North France (Bischoff)
Paris, Bibliothèque Nationale, Lat. 4410
Fol. 68 of Paris, Bibliothèque Nationale, Lat. 4406 belongs to this codex.
[1v] Lex Romana Visigothorum (Commonitorium)
[6 - 19r] Lex Romana Visigothorum (list of titles and older explanationes titulorum)
[20 - 155r] Lex Romana Visigothorum (text)
9th /beginning of the 10th century, Gaul (Hänel); 9th century, France (Liebs); 9th/10th century (Mommsen, Meyer); 9th century (Bischoff HA); ~3rd quarter of the 9th century, East France (?) (school centre?) (Bischoff)
Paris, Bibliothèque Nationale, Lat. 4411
[1r - 9v] Capitulatio of the Lex Romana Visigothorum: CODEX THEODOSIANUS. INCIPIUNT CAPITULA HUIUS LEGIS ROMANI CONSTITUTIONIS
[10r] text of the Lex Romana Visigothorum, text loss at the end: DE CONSTITUCIONIBUS PRINCIPUM ET <E>DICTIS. …
[118r-119r] Septinas septem on two sheets, text loss at the end caused by trimming of the vellum. INCIPIUNT SEPTINAS SEPTI DE LEGe salica. Si quis basilica incendedirit … Expl.: Si quis dentem alterius excusserit //
9th century, Gaul (Hänel, Liebs); 9th century (Mommsen, Meyer); beginning of the 9th century, French (Bischoff HA); 2nd half of the 8th century, North France (Bischoff/Brown/John)
Paris, Bibliothèque Nationale, Lat. 4412
[8r - 129r] Lex Romana Visigothorum
[129r - 134v] Lex Romana Burgundionum
end of the 9th century (Hänel); end of the 9th century, presumably from France (Liebs); 9th century (Mommsen, Meyer); 9th century (von Salis, Bischoff HA); Foll. 1-126: 8th/9th century, presumably from Burgundy, Foll. 127-134 (Bischoff: Sententiae Pauli): ca. 3rd third of the 9th century, probably from South France (Bischoff)
Paris, Bibliothèque Nationale, Lat. 4413
[1v - 157v] Lex Romana Visigothorum with younger explanationes titulorum and older glosses
10th century (presumably not 833), Bayeux (Hänel); 833 or later copy (?), Bayeux (Liebs); 832, Bayeux (Mommsen); 9th century, scribe: Ragnardus (833) (Bischoff HA); 832, Bayeux, scribe: Ragnardus (Meyer); 832/833 (?), probably written in Deux-Jumeaux (Diözese Bayeux), scribe: Ragenardus (Bischoff)
Paris, Bibliothèque Nationale, Lat. 4414
[1v - 15r] list of titles and explanationes titulorum of the Lex Romana Visigothorum
[16v - 147v] Lex Romana Visigothorum (without Commonitorium)
[135, 136] Lex Romana Burgundionum (titles 2, 28, 41)
[159v] Lex Burgundionum (titles 24, 42)
10th century (Hänel, Liebs, Mommsen, von Salis, Meyer); middle to 2nd half of the 9th century, bad South French script (Bischoff HA); ~4th quarter of the 9th century, South France (Hartmann, Bischoff)
Paris, Bibliothèque Nationale, Lat. 4415
[1r - 110v] Lex Romana Visigothorum with younger explanationes titulorum
[86v, 87r] Lex Romana Burgundionum (titles 2. 28. 41.)
9th century, Gaul (Hänel); around the year 800, presumably from Gaul (copy of a text from 782 prepared in the late 8th or 9th century) (Liebs); 9th century copy of a text from 782 (Mommsen); 9th century (von Salis, Bischoff HA, Meyer); ca. 2nd third (?) of the 9th century, "In atrio sancto Aniani" (Orléans ?) (Bischoff)
Paris, Bibliothèque Nationale, Lat. 4416
[1r - 2r] prologue of the Lex Baiuvariorum
[2r - 72v] Epitome Aegidii of the Lex Romana Visigothorum, fragmentary at the end
9th century (Hänel, Mommsen, Bischoff HA, Meyer); 820s/30s, Tours (Liebs); presumably beginning of the 10th century (Bischoff)
Paris, Bibliothèque Nationale, Lat. 4417
[1v - 70v] Epitome Aegidii
[71r - 87r] Lex Ribuaria (type B, list of titles and text)
[87r - 109v] Lex Salica (Karolina emendata, list of titles and text)
[109v - 129v] Lex Alamannorum (type B)
[129v - 159r] Lex Baiuvariorum (type E, list of titles, prologue and text)
[160r - 185r] Lex Burgundionum (type B)
10th century (Hänel, Mommsen); end of the 9th century, probably from Burgundy (Liebs, Mordek); 10th century (Beyerle/Buchner); 9th or 10th century (von Salis); 9th/10th century (von Schwind); end of the 9th century, Burgundy (?) (Kottje); 9th century (Eckhardt 1966, Bischoff HA); end of the 9th century (Eckhardt 1962 following Bischoff); ~2nd third of the 9th century, East France (?) (Bischoff)
Paris, Bibliothèque Nationale, Lat. 4418
[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)
[38ra - 140rb] Epitome Iuliani
[141ra - 152rb] Lex Ribuaria
[153ra - 169ra] Lex Salica. List of titles and text
[169va - 188ra] Lex Burgundionum
[188ra - rb] Lex Romana Burgundionum tit. 17
[189r - va] Chronica regum Visigothorum
[189va - 290ra] Lex Visigothorum
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)
Paris, Bibliothèque Nationale, Lat. 4419
[2r - 76v] Epitome Monachi with prologue
[76v - 78r] interpretatio of a novella, Appendix I to the Lex Romana Visigothorum, verses
10th century, Gaul (Hänel, Liebs); 10th century (Mommsen, Meyer); 9th/10th century (Bischoff HA); end of the 9th/beginning of the 10th century, Sens (Ganivet)
Paris, Bibliothèque Nationale, Lat. 4420
apograph of a 9th century codex that was in possession of the Pithou family.
Leges novellae (Sylloge tertia)
16th century (Meyer)
Paris, Bibliothèque Nationale, Lat. 4482
Lex Romana Visigothorum (various interpretations of Paulus)
not specified
Paris, Bibliothèque Nationale, Lat. 4516
[DLXXX, 620, 5179]
[1r - 138v] Codex Iustinianus (books 1-9)
11th century (Krüger); 4th quarter of the 11th century (Radding/Ciaralli); 2nd half of the 11th century, Northern Italy (Ciaralli)
Paris, Bibliothèque Nationale, Lat. 4568
[1v - 2r] Sanctio pragmatica of Tiberius II to confirm a novella by Justin II (part of appendix A)
[2v - 16r] list of titles of the Epitome Iuliani
[17r - 165v] Epitome Iuliani
[166r - 179v] Appendix A to the Epitome Iuliani
turn from the 8th to the 9th century, North Italy (Kaiser); 8th/9th century, Italy (CLA); 8th century (Bischoff HA); 8th/9th century, Italy (Bischoff)
Paris, Bibliothèque Nationale, Lat. 4613
[1r - 13r] fragment of the Edictus Rothari
[13r - 15r] Leges a Grimoaldo additae (without capitulatio)
[15v - 52v] Liutprandi leges (Capitulatio, prologue and text)
[52v - 53r] Memoratorium de mercedibus commacinorum (without capitulatio, added to Liutprand's laws as Cap. CLXV)
[53r - 57r] Ratchis leges (without capitulatio)
[57r - 62v] Aistulfi leges
[62v] Aistulfi regis capitulum spurium
10th century, Italy (Mordek); 10th century (Bischoff HA, Bluhme)
Paris, Bibliothèque Nationale, Lat. 4614
together with Paris, Bibliothèque Nationale, Lat. 4669 (Mordek)
[1r - 55r] Leges Langobardorum
[ab 55v] Lex Alamannorum
[ab 66v] Lex Baiuvariorum (type E)
10th century (von Schwind, Eckhardt 1966, Bluhme); 10th century, North Italy (Kottje); 11th century (Bischoff HA)
Paris, Bibliothèque Nationale, Lat. 4626
[1 - 40 (2v - 22r)] Lex Salica (long prologue of type D; short prologue, dating, list of titles and text of the Karolina emendata)
[93 - 95 (47v - 48v)] Lex Salica (Recapitulatio solidorum)
[99 - 210 (50v - 106r)] Epitome Aegidii
[210 - 256 (106r - 129r)] Lex Burgundionum (type A)
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)
Paris, Bibliothèque Nationale, Lat. 4627
[5189]
[32r - 57r] Lex Salica (type D, long prologue, list of titles and text)
[59r - v] Lex Salica (epilogue)
[59v] Lex Salica (list of kings)
shortly after 813, vicinity of court (Eckhardt 1962 following Bischoff); 9th century (shortly after 818), presumably vicinity of court (Bischoff) (Mordek); 10th century (Bischoff HA); 9th century (shortly after 818?), Francia (Rio); ~1st quarter of the 9th century (afer 813), maybe chancellary or court school (?) (Bischoff)
Paris, Bibliothèque Nationale, Lat. 4628
[1r - 22v] Lex Salica (Karolina emendata, list of titles and text)
[33r - 40v, 42r - 49r] Lex Ribuaria (type B, list of titles and text)
[50r - 66v] Lex Alamannorum (type B, list of titles and text)
10th century (Beyerle/Buchner, Eckhardt 1966, Bischoff HA); middle of the 9th century, North or West France (Mordek); 9th century, französ. (Bischoff) (Kottje); middle of the 9th century (Eckhardt 1962 following Bischoff); ca. 3rd quarter of the 9th century, Central (?), West (?) France, South (?) (Bischoff)
Paris, Bibliothèque Nationale, Lat. 4628 A
[6va - 7ra] Lex Salica (long prologue)
[7ra - rb] Lex Salica (short prologue)
[9va - 30ra] Lex Salica (Karolina emendata, list of titles and text)
[38ra - 39vb] Lex Francorum Chamavorum
[76ra - rb] Lex Salica (Sententias de septem septinas)
[76rb - 77rb, 156vb - 157vb] Lex Salica (Recapitulatio solidorum)
[78ra] Lex Salica (date without year)
[80ra - rb] Lex Salica (epilogue)
[80rb] Lex Salica (list of kings)
[83vb - 84ra] Epitome Iuliani 115, 28
10th century (Sohm, Bischoff HA); 10th/11th century, North France (Mordek); middle of the 9th century (Eckhardt 1962 following Bischoff); 10th/11th century (Bischoff)
Paris, Bibliothèque Nationale, Lat. 4629
According to Bischoff and Mordek the Parisian manuscript and Leiden, Bibliotheek der Rijksuniversiteit, BPL 114 belong together. David Ganz contradicts this view (see bibliographic reference below).
[1r - 13r] Lex Salica (type E, fragment)
[15r - v] Lex Salica (epilogue)
[28r - 50r] Lex Ribuaria (type A, list of titles up to title 54 and text)
[50r - 51r] Lex Salica (Recapitulatio solidorum)
9th century (Hänel); beginning of the 9th century, presumably from Bourges (Liebs); 9th century (Beyerle/Buchner); beginning of the 9th century (shortly after 805), presumably Bourges (Mordek); 1st quarter of the 9th century, probably Bourges (Eckhardt 1962 following Bischoff); 8th/9th century, probably Bourges (Bischoff)
Paris, Bibliothèque Nationale, Lat. 4630
[1r - 49r] Lex Salica Karolina. Text and list of titles
15th/16th century (Eckhardt 1962, Mordek), France
Paris, Bibliothèque Nationale, Lat. 4631
apograph of Paris, Bibliothèque Nationale, Lat. 4628 A
[2rb - vb] Lex Salica (long and short prologue)
[4va - 22rb] Lex Salica (Karolina emendata, list of titles and text)
[28rb - 29vb] Lex Francorum Chamavorum
[96ra - vb] Lex Salica (Recapitulatio solidorum)
[118va] Lex Salica (Sententias de septem septinas)
[118va - 119rb] Lex Salica (Recapitulatio solidorum)
[119vb] Lex Salica (date without year)
[121ra] Lex Salica (epilogue)
[121rb] Lex Salica (list of kings)
15th century, North France (St Denis?) (Mordek); 15th century (Eckhardt 1962)
Paris, Bibliothèque Nationale, Lat. 4632
[1r - 7r] fragment of the Lex Ribuaria (type A)
[7r - 29v] Lex Salica (Karolina emendata, list of titles and text)
[39r - 59v] Lex Alamannorum (type B, list of titles and text)
10th century (Beyerle/Buchner, Eckhardt 1966, Bischoff HA); middle to 2nd half of the 9th century, style of Saint-Amand (at the behest of Auttramnus written in the church St Stephen in Templeuve [near St-Amand], cf. fol. 59v) (Mordek); ca. 3rd quarter of the 9th century, „Schriftstil von S. Amand“ (Bischoff), scribe: Autramnus (layman) (Kottje); middle of the 9th century, St Amand (Eckhardt 1962 following Bischoff); ca. middle of the 9th century, presumably St Amand (Bischoff)
Paris, Bibliothèque Nationale, Lat. 4633
together with London, British Library, Egerton 269 and London, British Library, Egerton 2832
[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)
[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)
10th century (Hänel, Mommsen, 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)
Paris, Bibliothèque Nationale, Lat. 4667
[6, 8 - 186] Lex Visigothorum with list of titles
[7] Chronica regum Visigothorum, annalistic note
9th century (Zeumer); ca. 827, Girona (García López); beginning of the 9th century, presumably before 828 (Bischoff HA)
Paris, Bibliothèque Nationale, Lat. 4668
[1r - 2r] prologue to the Lex Visigothorum
[2v - 4r] list of titles to the Lex Visigothorum
[4v - 5v] Image, Chronica regum Visigothorum
[6r - 158] Lex Visigothorum (text)
9th century (Zeumer); 9th century, Reims (García López); 9th century, St Remi, Reims (Bischoff HA); ca. 3rd third of the 9th century, presumably Narbonensis partly by a Visigothic scribe (Bischoff)
Paris, Bibliothèque Nationale, Lat. 4669
together with Paris, Bibliothèque Nationale, Lat. 4614 (Mordek)
Chronica regum Visigothorum
Lex Visigothorum
10th century (Zeumer, Bischoff HA); 1st half of the 11th century, Metz (Mordek); 10th century, Gaul (García López)
Paris, Bibliothèque Nationale, Lat. 4670
[3 - 128] Lex Visigothorum
12th century (Zeumer); beginning of the 12th century, Catalonia (García López)
Paris, Bibliothèque Nationale, Lat. 4696
[1 - 24] Epitome Aegidii
[69v - 85v] Epitome Aegidii
[86 - 89r] list of titles to the Lex Romana Visigothorum
[89v] Commonitorium zur Lex Romana Visigothorum
13th century (Hänel, Mommsen, Meyer); 12th/13th century (Liebs)
Paris, Bibliothèque Nationale, Lat. 4697
[1r - 46v] Lex Romana Visigothorum (fragments)
10th century (Hänel); 9th/10th century (Mommsen, Meyer); 9th/10th century, France (Liebs); 1st half to the middle of the 9th century/10th century, presumably South French (Bischoff HA); 9th century, Francia (Rio); 2nd half of the 9th century, probably from Clermont-Ferrand (Bischoff)
Paris, Bibliothèque Nationale, Lat. 4758
[8v - 63v] Lex Salica (Karolina emendata, list of titles and text)
[63v - 116r] Lex Burgundionum (type B, corrected and completed according to type A, list of titles and text)
Lex Romana Burgundionum (title 17, within the Lex Burgundionum)
9th century (von Salis, Bischoff HA); 1st half of the 9th century, Burgundy (Mordek, Eckhardt 1962 following Bischoff); 1st third of the 9th century, presumably Burgundy (Bischoff)
Paris, Bibliothèque Nationale, Lat. 4759
[1v - 21r] Lex Salica Karolina. Long prologue, list of titles and text. Fol. 9r on top: De lege salic. Baiuuariorum et Alamannorum.
[21r - 46r] Lex Baiuvariorum. Prologue, list of titles and text (version E). Without incipit or denomination as Lex Baiuvariorum. Fol. 22r: INCIPIUNT CAPITULAE (!) DE ECLESIASTICIS REBUS DE LIBRIS LEGIS INSTITUCIONUM QUAE AD CLERUM PERTINENT SEU AECLESIARUM IURE. Fol. 29r: HOC DECRETUM EST APUD REGES ET PRINCIPES EIUS ET APUD CUNCTUM POPULUM CHRISTIANUM QUI INFRA REGNUM MERUUNGORUM CONSISTUNT. INCIPIT LEX BAIUUARIORUM.
[46v - 60v] Lex Ribuaria. List of titles and text
[61r - 69v] Lex Alamannorum. List of titles and text (1-48). Fol. 69v: ... si autem revocare non potest cum cccc sol. pon. DE EO QUI LIBERUM HOMINEM VEL FEMINAM LIBERAM INFRA PROVINCIAM VENDIDERIT
end of the 9th century, rather of East- than Westfrankish origin (Beyerle/Buchner); end of the 9th century, East of France, if not from Germany (Buchner); late 9th century (von Schwind); 2nd quarter of the 9th century, East France / “linksrhein.“ (Bischoff) (Kottje); 11th century (Eckhardt 1966, Bischoff HA); 2nd quarter of the 9th century (Eckhardt 1962 nach Bischoff); presumably 2nd quarter of the 9th century, same East French (?) scriptorium like Paris, Bibliothèque Nationale, Lat. 4759 B (Bischoff)
Paris, Bibliothèque Nationale, Lat. 4759 A
Lex Burgundionum
9th century (von Salis); 10th century (Bischoff HA); presumably 3rd third of the 9th century, presumably Burgundy (Bischoff)
Paris, Bibliothèque Nationale, Lat. 4759 B
Lex Alamannorum
10th century (Eckhardt 1966); ca. 3rd quarter of the 9th century, East France / “linksrhein.“ (Bischoff) (Kottje); 2nd half of the 9th century, East France (Hartmann); presumably from the 2nd third of the 9th century, same East French (?) scriptorium like Paris, Bibliothèque Nationale, Lat. 4759 (Bischoff)
Paris, Bibliothèque Nationale, Lat. 4760
Foll. 6-71 might be copies of Paris, Bibliothèque Nationale, Lat. 10758, pp. 58-136 and 56
[20r - v] Lex Salica (Sententias de septem septinas)
[20v - 22r] Lex Salica (Recapitulatio solidorum)
[23v - 24v] Lex Salica (long prologue)
[24v - 25r] Lex Salica (short prologue)
[29r] Lex Salica (date without year)
[29r - 71r] Lex Salica (Karolina emendata, list of titles and text)
10th century (Eckhardt 1962); 10th century for the main part foll. 6r-72r, France (McKitterick: Lyon) (Mordek); 11th century (Bischoff HA)
Paris, Bibliothèque Nationale, Lat. 4787
[1r - 37v] Lex Salica Karolina. List of titles and text
[37v - 39v] Adjacent to the last title of the Lex Salica: Lex Alamannorum tit. 6. Incipit: VI de iuratoribus quales vel quantos secundum euua homo habere debet. De minoirbus causis usque ad solidum valentem ... Explicit: ... ut de illa causa unde interpellatus est cuplabilis non sit. Explicit
[39r - 78r] Lex Alamannorum, list of titles and text (version B). Explicit: ... si quis ingenuum aut ingenuam extraneam sine permisso cuius fuerit in terram miserit xl sol. sit culpabilis si servus fuerit xii sol. solvat.
[78r - 108r] Lex Ribuaria, List of titles and text. Explicit: ... ut pax perpetua stabilis permaneat. EXPLICIT LEGIS RIBUARIA.
10th century (Beyerle/Buchner, Eckhardt 1966, Bischoff HA); middle of the 9th century, (North-)French (Mordek); ca. 3rd quarter of the 9th century, „französ., wohl mehr nördl.“ (Bischoff) (Kottje); 2. quarter of the 9th century (Eckhardt 1962 following Bischoff); 2nd half of the 9th century, North France (Hartmann); ca. 3rd quarter of the 9th century, North France (?) (Bischoff)
Paris, Bibliothèque Nationale, Lat. 4788
[1r - 62v] Lex Salica (Karolina emendata, list of titles and text)
middle or 3rd quarter of the 9th century, St Vincent in Laon (Eckhardt 1962 following Bischoff); between middle and 3rd quarter of the 9th century, presumably France (Mordek); 10th century (Bischoff HA); ca. 3rd/4th quarter of the 9th century, presumably North-East France (Bischoff)
Paris, Bibliothèque Nationale, Lat. 4789
[Ashburnham-Place Barrois Collection 201]
[1r - 59v] Lex Salica Karolina. Text and list of titles
1st quarter of the 10th century, Abby St Remigius in Reims (Eckhardt 1962 following Bischoff); 10th/11th century (Bischoff HA)
Paris, Bibliothèque Nationale, Lat. 4792
[33 - 52v] Lex Visigothorum (selection)
12th century, Catalonia (García López)
Paris, Bibliothèque Nationale, Lat. 4931
Lex Baiuvariorum (prologue)
13th century (von Schwind)
Paris, Bibliothèque Nationale, Lat. 4995
[19r] Lex Alamannorum (title 18, 1)
[19r] Lex Baiuvariorum (title I 13)
[23r - 24r] Lex Salica (Recapitulatio solidorum)
10th century, France (presumably in the North region) (Mordek); 9th century (Eckhardt 1962); 10th century, North France (Hartmann); 1st half of the 10th century (Bischoff)
Paris, Bibliothèque Nationale, Lat. 7710
[10] Lex Romana Visigothorum (Pauli sententiae / Gaius)
not specified
Paris, Bibliothèque Nationale, Lat. 8801
[25r - 66v] Lex Salica. Text tit. 19-49. Beginning illegible. Explicit: … alterius admoneat. Si vero cummonitus f//
1st quarter of the 9th century (Eckhardt 1962 following Bischoff); 1st half of the 9th century, partly 10th century (Bischoff HA); ~1st/2nd quarter of the 9th century, presumably North France (Bischoff)
Paris, Bibliothèque Nationale, Lat. 8907
[349] Codex Theodosianus (excerpt)
late 5th century (Liebs); late 5th century, presumably from North Italy (CLA); 7th century (Bischoff HA); Addenda: ca. middle of 9th century, France (Chartres ?) (Bischoff)
Paris, Bibliothèque Nationale, Lat. 9643
Codex Theodosianus (books 6 to 8)
6th century, Lyon (CLA); 6th century (Bischoff HA following CLA, Dold 1941 following Mommsen)
Paris, Bibliothèque Nationale, Lat. 9652
together with Paris, Bibliothèque Nationale, Lat. 4406
[1 - 164r] Lex Romana Visigothorum with older glosses (13th quire included in Paris, Bibliothèque Nationale, Lat. 4406 [foll. 60-67], missing here between fol. 96 and 97)
late 9th century, presumably from Beauvais (Liebs); 9th century, Gaul (Mommsen); 1st half of the 9th century, Tours; 9th century (Frakes); late 9th century (Meyer); ca. 2nd quarter of the 9th century, Tours (St Martin improbable) (Bischoff)
Paris, Bibliothèque Nationale, Lat. 9653
[Suppl. Lat. 65]
[1v - r, 2r - v, 161r - 162v] Institutiones of Justinian with the Glossa ordinaria of Accursius (fragments, 14th century)
[3r - 21v] Lex Burgundionum (type B)
[21v - 22r] additions to the Lex Burgundionum
[22r - 32v] Lex Salica (type A, list of titles and text)
[38r (saec. X), 38v - 149v, 151r - 158v, 150r - v, 159r - 160r] Lex Romana Visigothorum (list of titles and text, partly fragmentary)
9th century (Hänel, Mommsen, Bischoff HA, Meyer); 2nd quarter of the 9th century, Burgundy (Liebs); ca. middle of the 9th century (codex 1) and 2nd quarter of the 9th century (codex 2), Burgundy (near Lyon [Bischoff]) (Mordek); 9th or 10th century (von Salis); 2nd quarter of the 9th century (Eckhardt 1962 following Bischoff); Foll. 3-37: ca. 2nd quarter or middle of the 9th century, presumably from Burgundy, Foll. 38-160: ca. 2nd quarter of 9th century, South (?), [(probably Burgundy) (near) Lyon ?] (Bischoff)
Paris, Bibliothèque Nationale, Lat. 9654
[Suppl. Lat. 75]
[14r - v] Lex Salica (Recapitulatio solidorum)
[70r - v] Lex Burgundionum (title 79)
[70v] CTh V 10 in the Epitome Aegidii version
[121r - v] Lex Salica (long prologue)
[121v] Lex Salica (short prologue)
[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)
late 10th or 11th century, presumably West Frankish origin (Beyerle/Buchner); 10th/11th century, Lotharingia (presumably Metz) (Mordek); 10th century (von Schwind, 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)
Paris, Bibliothèque Nationale, Lat. 9656
[Suppl. Lat. 1109]
[109r] Lex Baiuvariorum (end of prologue)
[109r - 115v] Lex Salica (Karolina emendata, text)
10th or 11th century, monastery of San Eufemia in Verona (Eckhardt 1962); ca. middle of the 11th century, North Italy (Mordek)
Paris, Bibliothèque Nationale, Lat. 10753
[Paris, Bibliothèque Nationale, Suppl. Lat. 215]
[1r - 8v, 8v - 9r] Lex Romana Visigothorum
[8v] Lex Romana Burgundionum (title 3, 1)
[9r - 48v, 53r, 82v - 83v] Lex Romana Visigothorum (Epitome Parisiana / Scintilla I)
[49r - 53r, 53r - 82v, 83v - 86r, 87r - 89r, 89r - v] Lex Burgundionum (type A)
[91v - 121v] Lex Salica (Karolina emendata, list of titles and text)
[126r - 132v, 134r - 139v] Lex Ribuaria (type A, text)
[139v - 150v, 133r - v, 151r - v, 153r - v, 152r - v, 154r - v] Lex Alamannorum (type A) and partly unique version of the Pactus Alamannorum (both fragmentary)
end of the 10th/beginning of the 11th century (Hänel); middle to 2nd half of the 9th century, France (Burgundy?) (Mordek, Liebs); 10th/11th century (Mommsen, Meyer); 10th century (Beyerle/Buchner, Eckhardt 1966, von Salis); ca. middle of the 9th century, „etwa Burgund? jedenfalls französ.“ (Bischoff), Blois (?) (Kottje); 1st half to middle of the 9th/10th century, Blois (Bischoff HA); 3rd quarter of the 9th century (Eckhardt 1962 following Bischoff); ca. middle of the 9th century, France (ca. Burgundy ?) (Bischoff)
Paris, Bibliothèque Nationale, Lat. 10754
[Suppl. Lat. 303]
[1r - 67v] Lex Salica (Karolina emendata, list of titles and text)
2nd quarter or middle of the 9th century (Eckhardt 1962 following Bischoff); 2nd half of the 9th century, presumably East French (Mordek); 10th century (Bischoff HA); 3rd third of the 9th century, ca. North-East France (Bischoff)
Paris, Bibliothèque Nationale, Lat. 10758
[Suppl. Lat. 164 bis]
[75] Lex Salica (Sententias de septem septinas)
[75 - 78] Lex Salica (Recapitulatio solidorum)
[79 - 80] Lex Salica (long prologue)
[80 - 81] Lex Salica (short prologue)
[85] dating of the Lex Salica
[85 - 136] Lex Salica (Karolina emendata, list of titles and text)
[140] Lex Salica (epilogue)
[140 - 141] Lex Salica (list of kings)
[148] Epitome Iuliani 115, 28
[277 - 280] Lex Salica (Recapitulatio solidorum)
2nd half of the 9th century, Reims (Eckhardt 1962 following Bischoff); 10th century, St Remigius, Reims (Bischoff HA); 3rd to 4th quarter of the 9th century, Reims (Mordek); ca. 850 to 880, Reims (Bischoff)
Paris, Bibliothèque Nationale, Lat. 12021
Paris, Bibliothèque Nationale, Lat. 12021 (foll. 140-141) and Paris, Bibliothèque Nationale, Lat. 12238 (fol. 129) belong together
[135r - 138r] Excerpta de libris Romanorum et Francorum
[140r - 141v] Lex Romana Visigothorum (Tituli, explanationes titulorum, text of Nov. Theod. and Valent., along with fol. 129 of Lat. 12238)
7th/8th century, North France (CLA); 7th/8th century (CLA) / ~middle to 2nd half of the 9th century, French (Corbie) (Breton) (Bischoff HA); 7th century (Meyer); beginning of the 10th century, Brittany (Hartmann); Foll. 1-139: ~3rd quarter of the 9th century, Brittany (Bischoff)
Paris, Bibliothèque Nationale, Lat. 12097
[Sangerm. 936 (olim 26)]
[183v - 184r] Constitutiones Sirmondianae (No. 13)
6th/7th century (Mommsen); 2nd half of the 6th/beginning of the 7th century, South France (Arles or Lyon) (Kaiser); 6th/7th century, South France (Mordek); 1st half of the 6th century (ca. 523) and 6th/7th century, Gaul (presumably from some ecclesiastical centre in the Rhône valley, Arles or Lyon) (CLA); 6th century (Bischoff HA)
Paris, Bibliothèque Nationale, Lat. 12161
[65 - 66, 71 - 74, 79 - 80, 87 - 90] Lex Romana Visigothorum (palimpsest)
[83 - 86, 91 - 94, 103 - 106, 139 - 144] Codex Euricianus (fragments, palimpsest, Capp. 276-336)
7th century (Hänel, Mommsen); 6th century, Corbie (Liebs); 6th century, South France or Italy (CLA); 7th/8th century, Corbie (Bischoff HA)
Paris, Bibliothèque Nationale, Lat. 12445
[187va - 194va] Codex Theodosianus (excerpts from book XVI: 1,2-3; 2,2 with Int., 2,12, 2,23 with Int., 2,35, 2,39 with Int., 2,44, 2,1-4, 2,8, 2,10, 2,14, 2,16, 2,19-20, 2,26, 2,29-31, 2,34, 2,36, 2,38, 2,40-41, 2,47; 4,2; 5,1, 5,4, 5,51-53, 5,60; 7,3, 7,1; 8,1, 8,5, 8,7, 8,6, 8,16, 8,27-28; 9,1 with Int., 9,2, 9,5; 10,10, 10,21; 11,1-3)
[194va - 196vb] Constitutiones Sirmondianae (1-7)
[196vb - 198vb, 199vb - 202vb, 210vb - 214rb, 216vb - 219va, 220vb - 224rb, 234rb - 235ra] Lex Romana Visigothorum (CTh 9,1 with Int., CTh 1,1,1-2 with Int.; Int. Nov. Valent. 12, Nov. Valent. 12 and 8, Int. Nov. Valent. 12; CTh 2,26, PS 5,4-5, PS 5,15-19, CTh 4,14 with Int., CTh 4,15 with Int., CTh 4,16 with Int., CTh 11,14 with Int., PS 5,34-39, CTh 11,11 with Int.; CTh 4,16-20 with Int.; Nov. Valent. 12 with Int.)
[210ra - 210vb] Leges novellae (Nov. Valent. 8,1 and 8,2)
[237ra - rb] Epitome Iuliani (Capp. 366 and 511)
10th century (Hänel); 9th/10th century (Liebs, Mommsen, Meyer); 9th or 10th century / 2nd half of the 9th century (Bischoff HA); 2nd half of the 9th century, Reims (Hartmann); 9th century (Williams); 2nd half of the 9th century, 870/871 at the latest, Reims (Schneider); around the year 870 (between the end of 868 and 871), Reims (Böhringer); Canonum collectio: 3rd quarter of the 9th century (Bischoff)
Paris, Bibliothèque Nationale, Lat. 12448
[Sangerm. Harl. 386]
[79ra - 112v, 114r - 123rb] Capitula legis Romanae (Lex Romana canonice compta)
two chapters of the Edictum Theoderici, which - due to their arrangement - appear as excerpts from the Codex Iustinianus (within the Capitula legis Romanae)
1st quarter of the 10th century or 9th/10th century, North Italy or East France (Kaiser); late 9th/10th century (Bischoff HA); 9th/10th or 10th century, (South-?)East France or North Italy (?) (Bischoff)
Paris, Bibliothèque Nationale, Lat. 12475
[1 - 9] Lex Romana Visigothorum (papyrus-fragment)
6th or 7th century, South France (CLA); 5th or 6th century (Bischoff HA); 6th-7th century (Tjäder)
Paris, Bibliothèque Nationale, Lat. 16001/16002
apograph of Paris, Bibliothèque Nationale, Lat. 4405
Lex Romana Visigothorum
between 1517 and 1528 (Hänel); 16th century (Mommsen, Meyer)
Paris, Bibliothèque Nationale, Lat. 18236
[1 - 1v] Lex Ribuaria (title 83A up to 89A)
[2 - 3v] Lex Alamannorum (list of titles from title 35 onwards and text up to title I)
[4 - 4v] Lex Alamannorum (title 3, 4. 5. 7.)
[5 - 6v] Lex Ribuaria (titles 59,5 up to 65,21)
foll. 1-4: 9th century, foll. 5-6: 10th century (Beyerle/Buchner); 9th or 10th century (Eckhardt 1966); 3rd quarter of the 9th century, "etwa Ile-de-France" (Bischoff) (Kottje); middle of the 9th century, Compiègne (Bischoff HA); 2nd half of the 9th century, Ile-de-France (Hartmann); ca. 2nd third of the 9th century, Central France (?) (Bischoff)
Paris, Bibliothèque Nationale, Lat. 18237
[Fonds Notre Dame 252. F. 9]
[65va - 66ra] Lex Salica (type D, long prologue)
[66ra-rb] Lex Salica (type C, short prologue)
[66rb - 68ra] Lex Salica (type C, Septem causae)
[68ra - 92va] Lex Salica (type C, list of titles and text)
[121v - 144v] Lex Alamannorum (type B, list of titles and text)
9th century (von Schwind, Eckhardt 1966); 2nd quarter of the 9th century, presumably from France (Mordek); 2nd quarter of the 9th century, Paris, N.-Dame (Kottje); ca. 1st half of the 9th century, Notre-Dame, partly Tours (Bischoff HA); 2nd quarter of the 9th century (Eckhardt 1962); ca. 2nd quarter of the 9th century, East France (Bischoff)
Paris, Bibliothèque Nationale, Lat. 18238
[Fonds Notre Dame 247. F. 4]
[41r - 83v] Lex Salica (Karolina emendata, long prologue, list of titles and text)
1st half of the 9th century (Eckhardt 1962 following Bischoff); 2nd quarter or middle of the 9th century, North France (the Ansegis-fragment foll. 21-40 is younger: 9th/10th century or 10th century, 1st half; presumably North France [St Amand?]) (Mordek); 2nd half of the 9th century (Bischoff HA); ca. 2nd quarter of the 9th century, France (Bischoff)
Paris, Bibliothèque Nationale, nouv. acq. Lat. 204
[1r - 20v] Lex Salica (Karolina emendata, list of titles and text)
[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)
[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
10/11th century (Mommsen, von Schwind, 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)
Paris, Bibliothèque Nationale, nouv. acq. Lat. 1631
[Orléans, Bibliothèque Municipale, 249 bzw. 207]
[27 - 98, 103 - 173] Lex Romana Visigothorum with Appendix I
[99 - 102] younger glosses to the Lex Romana Visigothorum
10th century (Hänel, Liebs); 10th century, Gaul (Mommsen); 8th /10th century, Orléans (Bischoff HA, Meyer); 2nd quarter / middle of the 9th century, South (?) (Bischoff); 10th century, Saint-Benôit-sur-Loire (Brunterc’h)
Paris, Bibliothèque Nationale, nouv. acq. Lat. 2318
[A - D] Epitome Aegidii
8th/9th century (Mommsen, Liebs); 8th/9th century, Notre-Dame (Bischoff HA); ca. 4th quarter of the 9th century, France (Bischoff)
Paris, Bibliothèque Nationale, nouv. acq. Lat. 2389
Lex Romana Visigothorum
middle of the 8th century, Corbie (Liebs); middle of the 8th century, North France (Corbie) (CLA); 9th century (Bischoff HA)
Perugia, Biblioteca Capitolare, 32
[A. 18]
Summa Perusina (incomplete, up to C. 8,53,8)
10th century (Ciaralli); 1st half of the 11th century, Central or Southern Italy (Radding / Ciaralli)
Philadelphia, Free Library, Lewis T162
together with Munich, University Library, 4° Cod. ms. 1140 and München, Bayerische Staatsbibliothek, Lat. 29560
Lex Salica (fragment)
beginning of the 9th century, South Germany (?) (Bischoff)
Pistoia, Archivio Capitolare, C. 106
[66, 59]
Codex Iustinianus (books 1-8, up to 8,49,6) with supplements and glosses
10th century (Krüger); 2nd half of the 11th century (Radding/Ciaralli); mid to 3rd quarter of the 11th century, Northern Italy (Ciaralli)
Porto, Biblioteca Publica Municipal, ms. 87
Lex Visigothorum
9th century (García López)
R
Ripoll, Archivo-Museo folclórico, ms. 20
Lex Visigothorum
9th century (García López)
Rome, Biblioteca Casanatense, 2010
[B V 17]
Cf. Rome, Biblioteca Vallicelliana, T. XVIII
Capitula ex lege Iustiniana
excerpts from the Codex Iustinianus
excerpt from the Lex Visigothorum
end of the 11th century (Kaiser, following Patetta)
Rome, Biblioteca Vallicelliana, B. 11
Collectio in V libris (with excerpts from the Epitome Iuliani)
11th century (pre-1087) (Mordek, Kéry); S. Eutizio in Val Castoriana (near Norcia) by the later Abbot Ubertus (Kéry)
Rome, Biblioteca Vallicelliana, B. 32
Collectio canonum (derivative of the Collectio in V libris)
-- Edictum Theoderici 57 (?)
-- C. 8,4,7 (Summa Perusina)
-- Lex Visigothorum (6,1,8 and 5,5,1, both edited)
-- two further legal texts
1059-1070, Veroli (Kaiser)
Rome, Biblioteca Vallicelliana, C. 20
[-- 91v - 104v] Lex Salica with list of titles 91v: INCIPIUNT CAPITULA LEGI [!] SALICA FRANCORUM AD IUDICANDUM. 93r: INCIPIT LIBER LEGISALICA
[-- 105r - 108v] Lex Baiuvariorum (type E; prologue, list of titles and text)
[-- 109r - 117r] Lex Ribuaria (list of titles and text)
[-- 117r - 128v] Lex Alamannorum (list of titles and text; -99, 12)
hand of the 16th century., archetype unknown (Beyerle/Buchner); 16th century (von Schwind, Eckhardt 1962)
Rome, Biblioteca Vallicelliana, Carte Vallicelliane XII 3
Codex Iustinianus (fragments from book 7)
2nd half of the 11th century, probably Montecassino (Radding/Ciaralli); 2nd half of the 11th century, Southern Italy (Ciaralli)
Rome, Biblioteca Vallicelliana, T. XVIII
Capitula ex lege Iustiniana (list of rubrics only)
10th century (Mordek); 1st half of the 11th century, Central Italy (?) (Kaiser)
S
Salzburg, Bibliothek der Erzabtei St. Peter, a. IX. 32
[195v - 196r] Leges Langobardorum (Liutprandi leges)
1st half of the 11th century, Salzburg (according to Wind and Hehl), Cologne (according to Kottje) (Mordek)
Salzburg, Bibliothek der Erzabtei St. Peter, Fragmente 20
Leges Langobardorum (Leges Liutprandi capp. 136-137, 151-153; part of the prologue to the laws of Ratchis)
2nd half of the 9th century, South-East German area (following Forstner), Italian (following Bischoff) (Siewert 1993)
Schwerin, Landeshauptarchiv, I Y
[I y 86 nach Bischoff 2014]
[1r] part of the prologue to the Lex Baiuvariorum (no list of titles)
[1v - 2v] passages from I 1 up to I 3 of the Lex Baiuvariorum (type A)
9th/10th century (Krusch 1924); 2nd half of the 9th century (Bischoff)
St. Gall, Stadtbibliothek, 338
[C 7]
[1 - 64] Lex Salica
[65 - 109] Lex Ribuaria
[109 - 110] Lex Alamannorum (titles 7.8)
[111 - 158] Lex Alamannorum
[158 - 160] prologue to the Lex Baiuvariorum (with heading: DE LEGIBUS; without any indication of the prologue's origin)
end of the 9th century (Beyerle/Buchner); end of the 9th or beginning of the 10th century (Buchner); 10th century (von Schwind, Eckhardt 1966); 2nd quarter of the 9th century, „bestes Mainz“ (Bischoff) (Kottje); 10th/11th century (Bischoff HA); 1st half of the 9th century, Mainz, additions: 4th quarter of the 9th century, St Gall (Eckhardt 1962 following Bischoff, Bischoff)
St. Gall, Stiftsarchiv Kloster Pfäfers, XXX
[1r - 74v] Lex Romana Curiensis
[74v] Lex Romana Visigothorum (PS 1,15,3 int.)
[74v - 75r] Epitome Aegidii (Nov. Valent. 8)
[76r - v] Lex Romana Visigothorum (Codex Gregorianus X 1,2, XI 1,2, XII 1, XIII 1)
end of the 9th century (Hänel); middle of the 9th century, St Gall (Liebs, Meyer-Marthaler); 10th century (Mommsen); middle of the 9th century, Raetia (Kaiser)
St. Gall, Stiftsbibliothek, 722
[2] Capitulatio to the Sacra privilegia concilii Vizaceni
[3 - 15] Constitutiones de rebus ecclesiasticis without capitulatio and incipit
[19 - 247] Lex Romana Curiensis
[248 - 256] Capitula Remedii
9th century (Hänel, Mommsen); around the year 800, Chur (Liebs); 8th/9th century, Rhaetian (presumably Chur) (Mordek); around the year 800, Rhaetia (Kaiser); 8th/9th century, presumably Chur (CLA); around the year 800, Churrhaetia (Meyer-Marthaler)
St. Gall, Stiftsbibliothek, 728
[Sang. 2]
[98 - 101] Lex Salica (Recapitulatio solidorum)
[108 - 177] Lex Salica (Karolina emendata, dating, long prologue, list of titles and text)
[178 - 220] Lex Ribuaria (type B, list of titles and text)
between middle and 2nd half of the 9th century (Beyerle/Buchner); 2nd half of the 9th century, (East-)France (pp. 3-22: 9th century, middle of to 3rd quarter, with slightly younger addenda; St Gall) (Mordek); written in the 9th and 10th century (Buchner); ca. 2nd half of the 9th century, presumably by a Western hand (Bischoff HA); 2nd quarter of the 9th century (Eckhardt 1962 following Bischoff); 3rd or 4th quarter of the 9th century, East France (?) (Bischoff)
St. Gall, Stiftsbibliothek, 729
[97]
[1 - 260] Epitome Aegidii of the Lex Romana Visigothorum
[261 - 328] Lex Salica (type E, list of titles, long prologue and text)
[334] Lex Salica (epilogue)
[335 - 404] Lex Alamannorum (type A, text)
9th century (Hänel, Mommsen, 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)
St. Gall, Stiftsbibliothek, 730
with leaves from the Zurich codex (Zurich, Zentralbibliothek, C 389)
Leges Langobardorum (Edictum Rothari)
7th century, Lombardy, possibly Bobbio or close by (Siewert 1993); 7th century, Bobbio (Dold 1940); 2nd half of the 7th century, presumably near Bobbio (CLA)
St. Gall, Stiftsbibliothek, 731
[M. n. 24]
[1 - 230] Lex Romana Visigothorum (Epitome of the St Gall codex, capitulatio and text in excerpts, some additions)
[235 - 286] Lex Salica (type D, long prologue, date, list of titles and text)
[292] Lex Salica (epilogue)
[293 - 294] Lex Salica (list of kings)
[295 - 341] Lex Alamannorum (type A, list of titles and text)
794 (Hänel); 793 (Liebs, Mommsen); 793 (pp. 237-342: 30th October - 1st November 793), written and illuminated by Wandalgarius in Burgundy (today West Switzerland or Lyon?) (notes pp. 234, 237, 342) (Mordek); 793, presumably West Switzerland (CLA); October 793 (Eckhardt 1966); 793, Burgundy (West Switzerland), early in St Gall (?), scribe: Wandalgar (Kottje); 783, presumably West Switzerland, scribe: Wandalgar (Schott); written by Vandalgarius in 793, presumably in West Switzerland (Eckhardt 1962); 793, Alemannia (Ganivet); 793, probably Lyon, scribe: Vandalgarius (Liebs 2012)
St. Gall, Stiftsbibliothek, 732
[1 - 97] Lex Alamannorum
9th century (Eckhardt 1966); 1st quarter of the 9th century (ca. 815-817), Freising, early in St Gall (Kottje); pp. 1 - 188: 815-817, Freising area; pp. 189 - 194: after 847 (Keefe following Bischoff, Bischoff)
St. Gall, Stiftsbibliothek, 1395
[394 - 409] Epitome Iuliani (Capp. 347 - 362, with rubrics)
turn from the 7th to the 8th century, North Italy (?) (Kaiser); 7th/8th century, North Italy (CLA); 8th/9th century or beginning of the 9th century, presumably Gaul (Bischoff HA)
St. Paul im Lavanttal, Archiv des Benediktinerstiftes, 4/1
[XXV, a. 4]
[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)
[93va - 116va] Lex Alamannorum (type B, list of titles and text)
[116vb - 134rb] Epitome Aegidii of the Lex Romana Visigothorum
[135ra - 153v] Lex Burgundionum (type B)
Lex Romana Burgundionum (title 17)
[162rb - 164ra] Liutprandi notitia de actoribus regis (733)
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, Eckhardt 1966); beginning of the 9th century (817-823?), North-East Italy (Aquileja?) (Kottje); 818/819, North Italy (Eckhardt 1962)
St. Paul im Lavanttal, Archiv des Benediktinerstiftes, 81/2
Lex Alamannorum
10th century, South-West German (?) (Kottje); 10th century (Mordek); 10th century, South-West Germany (Hartmann)
Saint Petersburg, Gosudarstvennaja Publičnaja Biblioteka im. M. E. Saltykova-Ščedrina, Q.v.II.11
[1r - 33v] Lex Salica (Karolina emendata, fragment, titles 18 up to 64,1 and 67,3 up to 70, titles 71 and 72,1 added by a contemporary hand)
[38r - 40r] Lex Salica (Recapitulatio solidorum)
possibly between 803 and 806 (Eckhardt 1962); 1st(/2nd) quarter of the 9th century, North France (Bischoff); 1st to 2nd quarter of the 9th century, France (Mordek)
Stockholm, Skoklostersamligen, 1, E 8641
[1 - 110r] Lex Visigothorum
12th century (Zeumer); late 12th century, Catalonia (García López)
Straßburg, ehemalige Stadtbibliothek, C. V. 6
Lex Alamannorum (type B, list of titles and text)
3rd third of the 9th century, presumably Alemannian area (Mordek)
Stuttgart, Hauptstaatsarchiv, Fonds Klosterarchiv Rot
Lex Romana Visigothorum
around the year 800, Chur (Liebs); around the year 800 (Mordek); 8th/9th century, Rhaetia (CLA); Rhaetia (Bischoff)
Stuttgart, Württembergische Landesbibliothek, HB VI 112
[124r] Lex Alamannorum (type B, titles 6,1-4 and 8,1-2)
10th century, Lake Constance area (presumably Constance) (Mordek); 2nd half of the 10th century, Lake Constance area (presumably Constance) (Schmitz)
Stuttgart, Württembergische Landesbibliothek, iur. 4° 134
[Codex Weissenaugensis]
[1r - 33r] Lex Alamannorum (type B, list of titles and text)
[137r - 160r] excerpt of the Epitome Aegidii
[160r - 161v] Sacra privilegia concilii Vizaceni (Cap. 6)
[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)
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 (Eckhardt 1966); 10th/11th century (Kottje)
T
Toledo, Archivo y Biblioteca Capitular, 43-46
[1 - 47r] Lex Visigothorum
13th century (Zeumer); 14th century, Toledo (following a Catalonian model) (García López)
Toledo, Archivo y Biblioteca Capitular, 43-47
[1 - 103v] Lex Visigothorum
12th century (Zeumer); 12th century, Toledo (García López)
Trier, Stadtbibliothek, Mappe X, Fragment 1
[1r - 2v] Lex Salica (fragment: end of title list [LXI-LXX], title 1 and parts of title 2)
presumably 2nd quarter of the 9th century (Eckhardt 1962)
Trier, Stadtbibliothek, 843/120 4°
Lex Alamannorum with list of titles
9th century (Eckhardt 1966); 2nd half of the 9th century, „scheint südwestdeutsch“ (Bischoff) (Kottje); 1st half of the 9th century, Echternach (Bischoff HA); 3rd third of the 9th century (Bischoff)
Troyes, Bibliothèque Municipale, 1406
[15v - 16r] Sacra privilegia concilii Vizaceni, Cap. 5 (apocryphal constititution of Theodosius II and Valentinian III)
[22r - 22v] Lex Romana Visigothorum (Epitome Lugdunensis [excerpt])
end of the 9th century, Burgundy (Hartmann); 4th quarter of the 9th century or 9th/10th century, Burgundy (Lyon?) (Kaiser); 10th century, presumably Burgundy (Williams); Florus: 4st quarter of the 9th century or 9th/10th century, ca. Saône valley (Bischoff)
Turin, Biblioteca Nazionale Universitaria, A. II. 2
The codex was destroyed in 1904. The fragments of the Codex Theodosianus, that were overwritten with John Cassian, belong to those of the manuscript Vatican, Biblioteca Apostolica Vaticana, Vat. Lat. 5766.
Codex Theodosianus (fragment, books 14-16, palimpsest)
pre-7th or 8th century (Mommsen); beginning of the 6th and 7th century, presumably France and Italy (Codex Theodosianus) (CLA); 5th century (Dold 1941 following Zangemeister-Wattenbach)
Turin, Biblioteca Nazionale Universitaria, D. III. 13
[H. VI. 4]
Institutes with glosses
9th or 10th century (Krüger); later 11th century, probably the last quarter (Radding/Ciaralli)
Turin, Biblioteca Nazionale Universitaria, I. IV. 27
[H. VI. 24]
Epitome Iuliani
[37 - 40] excerpts from the Lex Romana Visigothorum
14th or 15th century (Hänel)
V
Vatican City, Biblioteca Apostolica Vaticana, Chigi F. IV. 75
[59v] Lex Salica (Karolina emendata, title 62,1-5)
[104v - 106v] Liutprandi notitia de actoribus regis
ca. 1000, Central Italy (presumably S. Paolo fuori le Mura, Rom)
Vatican City, Biblioteca Apostolica Vaticana, Ottob. Lat. 2225
[1r - 189v] Lex Romana Visigothorum with Appendix I
9th century, Gaul (Hänel); 9th century (Liebs, Mommsen, Meyer); 8th/9th century and 2nd quarter of the 9th century, France (Bischoff)
Vatican City, Biblioteca Apostolica Vaticana, Ottob. Lat. 3081
[101v-102v] Lex Salica tit. 1-3. Fragment
15th century (Eckhardt 1962, Mordek)
Vatican City, Biblioteca Apostolica Vaticana, Pal. Lat. 582
The part of the manuscript Paris, Bibliothèque Nationale, Lat. 9654, which contains capitularies, is identical to the part in the Vatican codex. (Mordek, Kéry). The manuscript Vatican, Biblioteca Apostolica Vaticana, Barb. Lat. 635 is a slightly modified copy of Pal. Lat. 582. (Mordek)
[16v - 17v] Lex Salica (Recapitulatio solidorum)
[78v] Lex Burgundionum (title 79)
[78v] Epitome Aegidii (CTh V 10)
1st half of the 10th century, North(-East) of France (near Reims?) (Mordek); 1st half of the 10th century (Bischoff)
Vatican City, Biblioteca Apostolica Vaticana, Pal. Lat. 773
[1v - 48v] Lex Ribuaria (type A, list of titles and text)
presumably 1st quarter of the 9th century (Beyerle/Buchner); 1st half of the 9th century, Rhenish area (?) (Mordek); 1st(/2nd) quarter of the 9th century, West Germany (Upper Rhine?) (Bischoff)
Vatican City, Biblioteca Apostolica Vaticana, Pal. Lat. 1564
The beginning of the Vatican codex is now lost, but can be reconstructed because Wolfenbüttel, Herzog August Bibliothek, Cod. Guelf. 105 Gud. Lat. and Brussels, Bibliothèque Royale Albert 1er, 10615-729 are based on this manuscript. For further information on the Brussels codex, which dates from the 12th century (Trier or Luttich area), cf. as well as the comprehensive description in the dissertation by . The agrimensorian contents are on foll. 36ra-55va. In the codices mixti, which were based on the Vatican codex and the first part of Wolfenbüttel, Herzog August Bibliothek, Cod. Guelf. 36.23 Aug. 2° ([Codex Arcerianus A]), also CTh 2,26 and PS 5,22,2 are mentioned. These are Florence, Biblioteca Medicea Laurenziana, 29.32 and Erfurt, Wissenschaftliche Allgemeinbibliothek, Ampl. 4° 326. The Florentine codex accrued in West Germany during the 1st third of the 9th century. The Erfurt codex dates from the 11th to 12th century and was written in Germany. On the codices mixti cf. and (Florence). Otto von Heinemann, Die Augusteischen HandschriftenDie Augusteischen Handschriften. 5. Cod.Guelf. 34.1 Aug. 4º to 117 Aug. 4º. Nachdr. der Ausg. 1903 (Kataloge der Herzog August Bibliothek Wolfenbüttel. Neue Reihe, Bd. 8), Frankfurt am Main 1966 describes Codex Arcerianus A and a digital image can be accessed via the Herzog August Bibliothek website. See and . Codex London, British Library, Add. 47679 also belongs to the codices mixti, but does not contain any legal texts. Cf. .
[9r] Codex Theodosianus (fragment of CTh 2,26,5)
[10r - 11r] Leges novellae (Nov. Theod. 24, 4, 20; Sylloge primaria; two edited intensely)
10th century (Meyer); 2nd to 3rd third of the 9th century, circle of Aachen court (Kaiser); 2nd quarter of the 9th century, Lower Rhine (Lotharingia?) (Bischoff)
Vatican City, Biblioteca Apostolica Vaticana, Reg. Lat. 291
[Montfaucon Nr. 1473]
2nd quarter of the 16th century (Eckhardt 1962); 2nd half of the 16th century (~1573?), North France (Mordek)
Vatican City, Biblioteca Apostolica Vaticana, Reg. Lat. 338
[1352]
[1r - 28r] Lex Ribuaria (type B)
[28v - 31r] Lex Salica (Karolina emendata, list of titles)
[31r - 32v] Lex Salica (Recapitulatio solidorum, addition from the 9th/10th century)
[34r - 63v] Lex Salica (Karolina emendata)
presumably 1st half of the 9th century (Beyerle/Buchner); 1st half of the 9th century, (North-)France (Mordek); 1st half of the 9th century (Eckhardt 1962 following Bischoff); 1st/2nd quarter of the 9th century, North France (Bischoff)
Vatican City, Biblioteca Apostolica Vaticana, Reg. Lat. 379
parts of the Lex Romana Visigothorum
not specified
Vatican City, Biblioteca Apostolica Vaticana, Reg. Lat. 520
[57, 94, 95, 96r - 98r, 100] Lex Romana Visigothorum (single constitutions and Nov. Valent. 35)
[99] Lex Romana Burgundionum (titles 1. 2. 11.)
[111 - 120] Lex Alamannorum
10th century (von Salis, Eckhardt 1966, Meyer); foll. 94-100: Roman law fragments: 9th and 10th century; foll. 101-110: ca. middle of the 9th century, presumably from France; foll. 111-120: middle to 2nd half of the 9th century, France (Mordek); 4th quarter of the 9th century (Eckhardt 1962 following Bischoff); Lex Alamannorum: 9th century, France, Lex Romana and capitularies: ca. 1st/2nd quarter of the 9th century (Bischoff)
Vatican City, Biblioteca Apostolica Vaticana, Reg. Lat. 846
[1v - 67v] Epitome Aegidii of the Lex Romana Visigothorum (list of titles and text; foll. 1v-8v additions to the capitulatio in Tironian notes)
[79v - 96r] Lex Salica (type E, list of kings, list of titles, long prologue and text)
[97v] Lex Salica (type E, epilogue)
8th century (Hänel, Mommsen, Meyer); 820s/30s, Tours (Liebs); 1st quarter of the 9th century, France (Mordek, „vom Hofe abhängig, in Tours-ähnlichem Stil“ [Bischoff]); 1st quarter of the 9th century (Eckhardt 1962 following Bischoff); 1st quarter of the 9th century (Bischoff)
Vatican City, Biblioteca Apostolica Vaticana, Reg. Lat. 852
[7r - 99v] Epitome Aegidii (praefatio, list of titles and text)
10th century (Mommsen, Meyer); 9th/10th century, France (Liebs); 9th century, Francia (Rio); 1st quarter of the 9th century (Bischoff)
Vatican City, Biblioteca Apostolica Vaticana, Reg. Lat. 857
[1171]
[1v - 40] Lex Salica
[41 - 72] Lex Alamannorum
[73 - 147r] Lex Romana Visigothorum
First part 10th century, last part 11th century (Hänel); 9th/10th century, France (Liebs); 9th/10th century (Mommsen, Meyer); 9th century (pre 830), court of Louis the Pious („Umgebung des Fridugisus“ [Bischoff]) (Kottje); 1st quarter of the 9th century (Eckhardt 1962 following Bischoff); 1st quarter of the 9th century (Bischoff)
Vatican City, Biblioteca Apostolica Vaticana, Reg. Lat. 886
Codex Theodosianus (books 9-16)
Nov. Theod. 7,4,8 (marginal scholion to CTh 11,30,42; incorrectly labeled "novella Valentiniani")
6th century, Lyon (CLA); 6th century (Dold 1941); 6th century, Italy (?) (Poly)
Vatican City, Biblioteca Apostolica Vaticana, Reg. Lat. 982
[18 - 34] Lex Romana Visigothorum (list of titles)
10th century (Hänel, Mommsen, Meyer); ~2nd quarter of the 9th century, France (Bischoff)
Vatican City, Biblioteca Apostolica Vaticana, Reg. Lat. 991
[320]
[1r - 19v] Lex Ribuaria (type B, list of titles and text)
[21r - 49v] Lex Salica (Karolina emendata, list of titles and text)
[52r - 66v] Lex Alamannorum (type B, list of titles and text)
[67r - 105r] Lex Baiuvariorum (type E, prologue, list of titles and text)
[107v - 167v] Epitome Aegidii (praefatio, list of titles and text)
11th century (Hänel, Mommsen, Meyer); 820s/30s, Tours (Liebs); 2nd quarter of the 9th century, French or Lotharingian (court / court circle) (Mordek); beginning of the 10th century, chancery-affiliated (Beyerle/Buchner); late 9th or 10th century (von Schwind); 2nd quarter of the 9th century, Lotharingian (?) (Kottje); 9th century (Eckhardt 1966); 2nd quarter of the 9th century, Lotharingia (?) (partly from the Leges-scriptorium?) (Bischoff)
Vatican City, Biblioteca Apostolica Vaticana, Reg. Lat. 1023
[1v - 132v] Lex Romana Visigothorum with glosses and explanationes titulorum
10th century (Hänel, Mommsen); 10th century, Gaul (Meyer); 2nd half of the 9th century, North-East France (circle of Reims [Bischoff]) (Liebs, Mordek); 3rd(/4th?) quarter of the 9th century, circle of Reims (Bischoff)
Vatican City, Biblioteca Apostolica Vaticana, Reg. Lat. 1024
[1r - 138r] Lex Visigothorum with list of titles
[138v] Chronica regum Visigothorum
beginning of the 8th century (Zeumer); beginning of the 8th century, presumably Urgell or Cerdaña (García López); 7th century, Spain or South France (CLA)
Vatican City, Biblioteca Apostolica Vaticana, Reg. Lat. 1036
[370]
[13r - 44r] Lex Salica (Karolina emendata, long prologue, list of titles, short prologue and text)
[46r] Lex Salica (Karolina emendata, title 72,1)
16th century (Eckhardt 1962); 15th century (Mordek)
Vatican City, Biblioteca Apostolica Vaticana, Reg. Lat. 1048
[21v - 224r] Lex Romana Visigothorum with younger explanationes titulorum and younger glosses
10th century, Gaul (Hänel); 10th/11th century (Liebs, Mommsen); late 9th century, Orléans (Meyer); 9th/10th century or 1st half of the 10th century (Bischoff)
Vatican City, Biblioteca Apostolica Vaticana, Reg. Lat. 1050
[379 (≠ Reg. Lat. 379)]
[14rb - va] cognition treatise of the Lex Romana Visigothorum
[14va - 118va] Lex Romana Visigothorum (date line of Alaric, two separated lists of titles with the explanatio, text (excerpts), followed by a summary of the books of the Lex Romana Visigothorum)
[118va - 124vb] Lex Romana Burgundionum (list of titles and text)
[162va - vb] Lex Baiuvariorum (prologue, shortened)
[162vb - 163ra] Lex Salica (Karolina emendata, long prologue)
[163ra - rb] Lex Salica (Karolina emendata, short prologue)
[140ra - 147vb] Lex Salica (Karolina emendata, list of titles and text)
[125ra - 134ra] Lex Ribuaria (type B, list of titles and text)
[134rb - 139vb] Lex Alamannorum (type B, list of titles and text)
11th century (Hänel, Mommsen); middle of the 9th century, France (Liebs); early 2nd half of the 9th century, France (Mordek); 10th century (von Salis, von Schwind, Eckhardt, Beyerle/Buchner, Meyer); 10th century, West France (?) (Kottje); middle of the 9th century, Francia (Rio); middle of the 9th century (Eckhardt 1962 following Bischoff); (2nd quarter/) middle of the 9th century, France (Bischoff)
Vatican City, Biblioteca Apostolica Vaticana, Reg. Lat. 1128
[377]
[1ra - b] Incipit to the list of titles of the excerpts from the Codex Theodosianus; note of possession by Alexandre Petau
[1va - 3va] list of titles to the excerpts from the Codex Theodosianus
[4r] Incipit to the excerpts from the Codex
[4va - 100vb] excerpts from the Codex Theodosianus with interpretations
[100vb] Explicit to the excerpts from the Codex
[101ra - 102vb] list of titles to the excerpts from the post-Theodosian novellae, the Gai Epitome, Pauli sententiae and to Papinianus
[103ra - 141vb] excerpts from the post-Theodosian novellae with interpretations, the Gai Epitome, Pauli sententiae and to Papinianus
[141vb - 150va] Gai Epitome with heading
[150va - 187va] Pauli sententiae with heading and interpretationes
[187va - 190rb] excerpts from the Codex Gregorianus with heading and interpretations
[190rb - va] excerpts from the Codex Hermogenianus with interpretations
[190vb] excerpt from Papinianus
[212ra - 232vb] Lex Burgundionum (type A, list of titles and text with extravagantes)
[212ra - 214rb] Lex Romana Burgundionum (title 17 and 44)
[233ra - 241vb] Lex Ribuaria (type B, list of titles and text)
[242ra - 258ra] Lex Salica (Karolina, list of titles and text)
[258va - 271vb] Lex Alamannorum (type B, list of titles and text)
10th century, Gaul (Hänel, Meyer); ca. 900, Fleury (Liebs); late 9th or 10th century, West-Frankish origin (Beyerle/Buchner); 10th century (von Salis); 10th or 11th century (Eckhardt 1966); 10th century, Burgundy (?) (Kottje); 1st half of the 9th century (Eckhardt 1962 following Bischoff); 1st half of the 9th century, St Gall (Avenarius); 1st half of the 9th century, rather France (Kaiser); 1st/2nd quarter of the 9th century, West France (partially Tours?), with initials from Reichenau(?) (Bischoff)
Vatican City, Biblioteca Apostolica Vaticana, Reg. Lat. 1431
[74r - v] Lex Salica (Karolina emendata, fragment). 74r: [colli]gerit etiam si uxor eius propria sit … [Lex Salica (K) 59, p. 213]. 75v: … et stare in durbilo hoc est in liminare [Lex Salica (K) 61, p. 219].
Leges-scriptorium (McKitterick); 1st quarter of the 9th century, Leges-scriptorium (?) (Bischoff)
Vatican City, Biblioteca Apostolica Vaticana, Reg. Lat. 1728
[779]
[158r, 159r] Lex Salica (Karolina emendata; titles 66, 71; 72,1)
16th century, France (Eckhardt 1962); 15th century (Mordek)
Vatican City, Biblioteca Apostolica Vaticana, Vat. Lat. 1339
Collectio in V libris (with excerpts from the Epitome Iuliani)
around the middle of the 11th century, Umbro-Roman (Narni?) (Mordek)
Vatican City, Biblioteca Apostolica Vaticana, Vat. Lat. 1349
Collectio in IX libris (with excerpts from the Epitome Iuliani)
11th century, South Italy (Kaiser)
Vatican City, Biblioteca Apostolica Vaticana, Vat. Lat. 1468
Leges Langobardorum
11th century, Benevento (Bischoff HA, Bischoff)
Vatican City, Biblioteca Apostolica Vaticana, Vat. Lat. 3833
Apograph of another codex.
[48r] Nov. Valent. 17 (as part of the Collectio canonum)
beginning of the 12th century, Gaul (Meyer); beginning of the 12th century, Italy (CLA)
Vatican City, Biblioteca Apostolica Vaticana, Vat. Lat. 5001
together with paper-apograph Vatican, Biblioteca Apostolica Vaticana, Vat. Lat. 5000
[132r - 137r] Sicardi principis pactio cum Neapolitanibus
[139r - 140v] Glossarium legis Langobardorum
[143v - 147v] Radelgisi et Siginulfi divisio ducatus Beneventani
13th century, Salerno (Bluhme); around the year 1300, Salerno (Pohl)
Vatican City, Biblioteca Apostolica Vaticana, Vat. Lat. 5359
[1r - 12r] Edictus Rothari (list of titles)
[12r - 69v] Edictus Rothari (text)
[69v - 73r] Leges a Grimoaldo additae (prologue, list of titles and institutio)
[73v - 78r] Liutprandi leges (list of titles)
[78r - 133r] Liutprandi leges (text)
[133v - 137r] Ratchis leges
[138r oder 139r - 142v] Aistulfi leges
end of the 9th or 10th century (Bluhme); 2nd half of the 9th century, North Italy (Verona?) (Mordek); beginning of the 9th century, Verona (Moschetti); area of Verona (Bischoff)
Vatican City, Biblioteca Apostolica Vaticana, Vat. Lat. 5766
The fragments of the Codex Theodosianus, that were overwritten with John Cassian, belong to those of the manuscript Turin, Biblioteca Nazionale Universitaria, A. II. 2.
[25 - 43, 46 - 48] Codex Theodosianus (palimpsest, fragment)
[44 - 45] title fragments of the Lex Romana Burgundionum (palimpsest)
7th century (von Salis); 7th to 8th century (Codex Theodosianus and Lex Romana Burgundionum) (CLA); 8th century (Mommsen)
Vatican City, Biblioteca Apostolica Vaticana, Vat. Lat. 7277
[1v - 23] Lex Romana Burgundionum
[23 - 125] Leges novellae (Sylloge primaria)
8th or 9th century (von Salis); 9th/beginning of the 10th century, Gaul (Meyer); 8th/9th century, Burgundy (presumably Flavigny) (Bischoff)
Vatican City, Biblioteca Apostolica Vaticana, Vat. Lat. 15204 c
[9r] Lex Ribuaria (fragment, rubric and beginning of tit. 91,2 [B-text])
9th century (Bertram / Dolezalek)
Vercelli, Biblioteca Capitolare Eusebiana, CXXII
[5vb - 6rb] glosses to the Codex Iustinianus
[6rb - vb] Lex Salica (Karolina emendata, Capp. 22-23)
[6vb - 7vb] Const. Imperatoriam to the Institutiones of Iustinian
[8ra - 13vb] list of titles to the Epitome Iuliani from Cap. 211 onwards, to the appendix B as well as to the beginning of the Dictatum de consiliariis
[15rb - 153vb] Epitome Iuliani
[153vb - 159rb] appendix B and chapter summae to the Epitome Iuliani
[159va - vb] CJ 5,71,4 and CJ 5,71,1 in the Summa Perusina version
[159vb] Epitome Aegidii (Ep. Aeg. CTh 8,5,1)
[161v - 162r] Stemma cognationum to the previous excerpt; Edictus Rothari, Cap. 153
late 10th or 1st half of the 11th century, Umbro-Roman (Kaiser)
Vercelli, Biblioteca Capitolare Eusebiana, CLXXXVIII
Leges Langobardorum
9th century (Bluhme); middle of the 8th century, presumably from North Italy (CLA)
Verona, Biblioteca Capitolare, XXXVIII (36)
possibly together with Verona, Biblioteca Capitolare, CLXXIII A, Verona, Biblioteca civica, 3035 and New Haven, Yale University, The Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library, 744 (both are fragments)
[57, 64, 113] Institutes (book 1; fol. 113 palimpsest)
Sulpicius Severus: Verona (Bischoff); 517, scribe: Ursicinus, Verona, Institutes: 6th to 7th century, rewritten in the 9th century in Verona (CLA)
Verona, Biblioteca Capitolare, LXII (60)
[4 - 81] Codex Iustinianus (palimpsest) with scholia (books 4-8, 11-12)
8th century, probably Verona, Codex: 6th century, probably Byzantium, rewritten in a North Italian centre (CLA); foll. 99r ff.: beginning of the 9th century, Verona (Bischoff)
Vic, Archivo Episcopal, frg. XV 3
Lex Visigothorum
not specified
Vic, Archivo Episcopal, s.n.
Lex Visigothorum
ca. 880 (García López)
W
Warsaw, Biblioteka Uniwersytecka, 1 [Quart 1]
[480][Codex Kelleri]
According to Mommsen this is the twin codex of Berlin, Staatsbibliothek - Preußischer Kulturbesitz, Lat. qu. 150
[1r - 206r] Lex Romana Visigothorum (commonitorium, capitulationes and text)
[206v - 223v] Lex Salica (type E, long prologue, list of titles and text)
[225v] Lex Salica (epilogue)
9th century, Gaul (Hänel); 1st to 2nd quarter of the 9th century, Tours (Mordek, Liebs); 2nd quarter of the 9th century, Tours (or leges-scriptorium?) (Bischoff); after 815, Tours (Eckhardt 1962 following Bischoff); late 9th century (Meyer); 1st/2nd quarter of the 9th century (Bischoff)
Vienna, Österreichische Nationalbibliothek, 406
[iur. civ. 64]
[1r - 25r] Lex Baiuvariorum (type D, prologue, list of titles and text, with German glosses)
[26v] Lex Romana Visigothorum (CTh IV,7,1, inscriptio and interpretatio, final sentence)
[26v] Lex Baiuvariorum (title 21, 4)
12th century, presumably Bavaria or Austria (Mordek); 12th century (von Schwind)
Vienna, Österreichische Nationalbibliothek, 502
[1r - 19v] Lex Ribuaria (type A, list of titles and text)
[19v - 41r] Lex Alamannorum (type A, text)
presumably 10th century (Beyerle/Buchner); 10th century, South Germany (Alemannian?) (Mordek); 9th century (Buchner, Eckhardt 1966); 11th century, German (Kottje); middle to 2nd half of the 10th century (Bischoff HA)
Vienna, Österreichische Nationalbibliothek, 601
Lex Alamannorum
12th century (Eckhardt 1966, Schott); 12th century, South-West German (Kottje)
Vienna, Österreichische Nationalbibliothek, 2160
[2ra - 14va] list of titles to the Epitome Iuliani, to the appendix B as well as to the extensions
[14va - 137va] Epitome Iuliani (Capp. 1-525) with chapter summae
[137vb - 142ra] Epitome Iuliani (Capp. 526-564) with summae
[142ra - 145va] appendix B to the Epitome Iuliani
3rd quarter of the 9th century, North Italy, presumably vicinity of Rome (Kaiser, Liebs)
Vienna, Österreichische Nationalbibliothek, 2198
Partly master of Bamberg, Staatsbibliothek, Can. 9.
[80v - 81r] Lex Salica (excerpt)
10th century, Bavaria (probably Freising) (Mordek)
Wolfenbüttel, Herzog August Bibliothek, Cod. Guelf. 404.2 Novi (16)
Epitome Aegidii (fragment, CTh 2,4,3-2,7)
9th century (Bischoff); end of the 8th century, France (Butzmann)
Wolfenbüttel, Herzog August Bibliothek, Cod. Guelf. 513 Helmst.
Lex Alamannorum
8th century (Eckhardt 1966); around the year 800, „aus dem besonders ansehnlichen oberitalienischen Skriptorium, das wohl in Verbindung mit der Residenz König Pippins (781-810) gesehen werden muß“ (Bischoff) (Mordek); late 8th century, West Switzerland or North Italy (CLA); ca. 800, North Italy (scriptorium „in Verbindung m. Residenz Kg. Pippins, 781-810“ [Bischoff]) (Kottje); 2nd half of the 8th century, Reichenau (?), Constance (?) (Bischoff HA)
Wolfenbüttel, Herzog August Bibliothek, Cod. Guelf. 532 Helmst.
[154r - 170r] Lex Baiuvariorum (type A)
[170v - 173v] Edictus Rothari (cc. 281-351, from 173r: cc. 43-86)
9th century (von Schwind); beginning of the 9th century, Salzburg (Kottje); 1st to 2nd quarter of the 9th century, part II presumably from 820, Salzburg (Mordek); 9th century (820), Salzburg (?) (Bischoff HA); ca. 820 (Bluhme); around the year 820, Salzburg (Siewert following Heinemann); 10th century (Krusch)
Wolfenbüttel, Herzog August Bibliothek, Cod. Guelf. 1062 Helmst.
[3r] single titles of the Epitome Aegidii (parts of 1,1-1,4 and 1,6) introduced as "Defloratio sentenciarum Theodosianae legis"
[8r-v, 17r - 18v] Epitome Iuliani (excerpts)
11th century (Bischoff HA); 10th century (Hartmann); Godescalc: 3rd or 4th quarter of the 9th century, France (Bischoff)
Wolfenbüttel, Herzog August Bibliothek, Cod. Guelf. 50.2 Aug. 4°
[1r - 50v] Lex Salica (Karolina emendata, list of titles and text)
1st half of the 9th century, presumably North-East France (Eckhardt 1962 following Bischoff); 1st half of the 9th century, probably North-East France (Mordek); 9th century, Wissembourg (?) (Bischoff HA); 1st/2nd quarter of the 9th century, North-East France (Bischoff)
Wolfenbüttel, Herzog August Bibliothek, Cod. Guelf. 130 Blank.
[1v - 30r] Edictus Rothari
[30v - 32r] Leges a Grimoaldo additae
[32r - v] Memoratorium de mercedibus commacinorum
[32v - 57v] Leges Liutprandi and once again the Memoratorium de mercedibus commacinorum as the last chapter
[57v - 60v] Ratchis leges
[60v - 63v] Aistulfi leges
[90v] Lex Ribuaria (type B, title 91, 2 with rubric)
[136v - 150r] Lex Salica (Karolina emendata, list of titles and text)
[150r - 168r] Lex Burgundionum (type B)
[168r - 176v] Lex Ribuaria (type A, list of titles and text)
[176v - 187v] Lex Alamannorum (type B, list of titles and text)
[187v - 207r] Lex Baiuvariorum (type E, prologue, list of titles and text)
10th century (Beyerle/Buchner, Eckhardt 1966, Bischoff HA); 3rd quarter of the 9th century (after 855), North Italy (Mordek); 10th century (von Salis, von Schwind); ~3rd quarter of the 9th century, North Italy (Kottje); 10th century Augsburg (Bluhme); 3rd quarter of the 9th century, presumably from Italian ground (Eckhardt 1962 following Bischoff)
Wolfenbüttel, Herzog August Bibliothek, Cod. Guelf. 105 Gud. Lat.
Based on the manuscript Vatican, Biblioteca Apostolica Vaticana, Pal. Lat. 1564.
[3 - 6] Codex Theodosianus (CTh 2,26,1-5)
10th century (Meyer); 10th century, St Omer (Bischoff HA); middle to 3rd third of the 9th century, Corbie (Kaiser)
Wolfenbüttel, Herzog August Bibliothek, Cod. Guelf. 299 Gud. Lat.
[1r - 34r] Lex Salica (Karolina emendata, list of titles and text)
[42r - 63v] Lex Ribuaria (type B, list of titles and text)
late 9th or 10th century (Beyerle/Buchner); 3rd quarter of the 9th century, France (North-East?) (Mordek); 9th/10th century (Bischoff HA); 3rd quarter of the 9th century (Eckhardt 1962 following Bischoff); ~3rd quarter of the 9th century, (North-East?) France (Bischoff)
Wolfenbüttel, Herzog August Bibliothek, Cod. Guelf. 327 Gud. Lat.
[1r - 63r] Lex Salica. Fragmentary at the beginning. Incipit: XXVIII De libertis dimissis …
[65 - 73, 75 - 81, 90 - 93] Lex Alamannorum (type A); cut out leaf between foll. 72 and 73 with fragment of an ornamented initial still visible; another cut out leaf between foll. 80 and 81
[74, 82 - 89, 94 - 115] Lex Alamannorum (type B); bottom edge corner missing on foll. 98r-99v; fol. 115v library stamp
beginning of the 9th century (Eckhardt 1966); beginning of the 9th century, North-East France (Kottje); 1st quarter of the 9th century, North France (Bischoff); 1st quarter of the 9th century, North France (Eckhardt 1962 following Bischoff, Bischoff)
Wolfenbüttel, Herzog August Bibliothek, Cod. Guelf. 97 Weiss.
[Codex Guelpherbytanus]
[1v - 34r] Lex Salica (type A, text and Capitula legi Salicae addita)
[37r - v] Lex Salica (type A, epilogue and list of kings)
[37v - 87r] Epitome Guelpherbytana of the Lex Romana Visigothorum
9th century (Hänel, Mommsen, Meyer); late 8th century, North or East France (Liebs); 2nd half of the 8th century, North or East France (Mordek: written by Agambertus [cf. note on fol. 87v], following Bischoff North or East France, according to CLA in Burgundy); 2nd half of the 8th century, Burgundy (CLA); 2nd half of the 8th century (754-768), Tours (?) (Bischoff HA); not earlier than 751, presumably before 768 (Eckhardt 1962)
Würzburg, Universitätsbibliothek, M. p. j. f. m. 2
Codex Iustinianus (fragments; C. 1,27,1,36-27,2,16 and C. 2,43,3-51,2)
end of the 11th century, Rome or Rome area (Thurn); 2nd half of the 11th century, Rome (Loschiavo); 9th century, Rome area (Weigand); mid to 3rd quarter of the 11th century, Rome area (Ciaralli)
Würzburg, Universitätsbibliothek, M. p. j. q. 3
[Fragmenta codd. mss. deperd. philol. (unsign.)]
[1r - v] Lex Salica (fragment; Karolina emendata)
beginning of the 9th century, France (Eckhardt 1962 following Bischoff, McKitterick 1989); 1st half of the 9th century (Bischoff HA); 1st third of the 9th century, France (?) (Bischoff)
Würzburg, Universitätsbibliothek, Ms. th. f. 167
[160r - 164v] Lex Baiuvariorum (fragment; type A, end of the prologue, list of titles and text)
12th century, Amorbach (von Schwind); 3rd quarter of the 11th century (Hoffmann)
Z
Zaragoza, Biblioteca de la Universidad, ms. 225
Lex Visigothorum
13th century (García López)
Zurich, Staatsarchiv, C VI 3
According to Bischoff/Brown the remains are today in Rome, Accademia Nazionale dei Lincei, Biblioteca (Biblioteca Corsiniana) s.n.
Codex Theodosianus (original text, fragments, palimpsest, books VI, X, XI)
5th/6th century, Gaul or Italy (CLA); 5th/6th century (Liebs); 5th or 6th century, Gaul or Italy (Dold 1941); 5th to 6th century or beginning of the 6th century (Bischoff/Brown)

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