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Wolfenbüttel, Herzog August Bibliothek, Cod. Guelf. 404.2 Novi (16)

Wolfenbüttel, Herzog August Bibliothek, Cod. Guelf. 404.2 Novi (16)

Weltliches Recht im Frankenreich

Repository:

Wolfenbüttel (Germany)
Herzog August Bibliothek
Cod. Guelf. 404.2 Novi (16)

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History:

Origin:
9th century (Bischoff); end of the 8th century, France (Butzmann)


Physical description:


Quires:
Number: 1 fol.
Size: 220 x 160 mm
Text block: 200 x 135 mm
Lines: 20


Script:

Glosses:


Contents:

  • Epitome Aegidii (fragment, CTh 2,4,3-2,7)

References:

  • Bischoff 2014 p. 506
  • Coma Fort 2014 p. 321
  • Trump 2021 p. 130, 184-186
  • Hans Butzmann, Die mittelalterlichen Handschriften der Gruppen Extravagantes, Novi und Novissimi, Frankfurt a. M. 1972, p. 210-211.

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    Verona, Biblioteca Capitolare, LXII (60)

    Verona, Biblioteca Capitolare, LXII (60)

    Weltliches Recht im Frankenreich

    Repository:

    Verona (Italy)
    Biblioteca Capitolare
    LXII (60)


    History:

    Origin:
    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)


    Physical description:


    Quires:
    Number: 108 foll.
    Size: 290 x 177 mm, Codex: 350 x 282 mm
    Text block: ca. 245 x 143 mm, Codex: 240 x 200 mm
    Lines: 25-29, Codex: 50, 51, 53


    Script: pre-Caroline minuscule, Codex: Uncial

    Glosses:


    Contents:

    • 1
      flyleaf
    • 2 - 3
      Patristica
    • 4 - 99r
      Cresconius, Concordia canonum (partly palimpsest)
    • 4 - 81
      Codex Iustinianus (palimpsest) with scholia (books 4-8, 11-12)
    • 99r - 107
      continuation of Cresconius, letter of Augustinus (9th century)

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    Berlin, Staatsbibliothek – Preußischer Kulturbesitz, Phill. 1745

    Berlin, Staatsbibliothek – Preußischer Kulturbesitz, Phill. 1745

    Weltliches Recht im Frankenreich

    Repository:

    Berlin (Germany)
    Staatsbibliothek - Preußischer Kulturbesitz
    Phill. 1745

    Siglum (by Mordek 1995): B10

    Digital image available at Bibliothèque virtuelle

    Note(s): together with St. Petersburg, Rossijskaja Nacional'naja Biblioteka, F.v.II.3

    History:

    Origin:
    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); 8th century, North-East France (Licht)

    Provenance:
    Used by Florus diaconus in Lyon in the 9th century; found in the Cathedral Library of Lyon by Jacques Sirmond in 1629; later stored in the Collège de Clermont; the first part of the codex (now in St. Petersburg) came to St. Germain de Prés, and was purchased in France by Pierre Dubrowsky at the end of the 18th century; the second part entered the Meerman collection in 1764 and the collection of Sir Thomas Phillips in 1824; it was sold by his grandson T. Fitz Roy Fenwick in 1889 to the (later) State Library. (Eckhardt 1962, CLA, Mordek)


    Physical description:

    Material: Parchment
    Quires: quire numbers
    Number: 304 foll. [119 foll. (Berlin), 185 foll. (St. Petersburg)]
    Size: 320 x 240 mm
    Text block: 270 x 190 mm
    Lines: 20-24
    Columns:

    Script: Uncial and Half-Uncial

    Glosses:


    Contents:

    • 101v - 119v
      Constitutiones Sirmondianae (1-18)
    • Codex Theodosianus (excerpt)
    • Childeberti I. regis edictum
    • Gallic council orders
    • Notitia Galliarum
    • Collectio Dionysio-Hadriana
    • letter of Pope Leo I
    • addendum to the council orders

    References:

  • CLA VIII Nr. 1061, CLA XI Nr. **1061 und CLA Suppl. p. 60-61
  • Mommsen 1905 p. LXII, CCCLXXVIII
  • Vessey 1993 p. 181-199
  • Mordek 1995 p. 58, 970 [PDF-Download]
  • Bischoff 1998 p. 88
  • Hellmann 2000 p. 222
  • Liebs 2002 p. 97 (n. 20), 133-138
  • Bischoff 2004 p. 80-81
  • Kaiser 2007 p. 209 (n. 39), 273-275
  • Ganivet 2009 p. 281 (n. 8)
  • Coma Fort 2014 p. 30-32
  • Corcoran 2015 p. 133, 137
  • Licht 2018 p. 236 (n. 616), 239-240, 308 (n. 775)
  • Valentin Rose, Verzeichniss der Lateinischen Handschriften der Königlichen Bibliothek zu Berlin, Bd. 1: Die Meermann-Handschriften des Sir Thomas Phillipps (Die Handschriften-Verzeichnisse der Königlichen Bibliothek zu Berlin, Bd. 12), Berlin 1893.
  • Joachim Kirchner, Beschreibendes Verzeichnis der Miniaturen und des Initialschmuckes in den Phillipps-Handschriften (Beschreibende Verzeichnisse der Miniaturen-Handschriften der Preussischen Staatsbibliothek zu Berlin, Bd. 1), Leipzig 1926.
  • Stefan Esders / Helmut Reimitz, After Gundovald, before Pseudo-Isidore: episcopal jurisdiction, clerical privilege and the uses of Roman law in the Frankish kingdoms, in: Early Medieval Europe 27 (2019), p. 85-111.

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    Wolfenbüttel, Herzog August Bibliothek, Cod. Guelf. 513 Helmst.

    Wolfenbüttel, Herzog August Bibliothek, Cod. Guelf. 513 Helmst.

    Weltliches Recht im Frankenreich

    Repository:

    Wolfenbüttel (Germany)
    Herzog August Bibliothek
    Cod. Guelf. 513 Helmst.

    Digital image available at Digitale Bibliothek HAB


    History:

    Origin:
    8th century (Lehmann/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)


    Physical description:


    Quires:
    Number: 29 foll.29 foll.
    Size: 245 x 155 mm245 x 155 mm


    Script:

    Glosses:


    Contents:

    • Lex Alamannorum Stemma

    References:


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    Vercelli, Biblioteca Capitolare Eusebiana, CLXXXVIII

    Vercelli, Biblioteca Capitolare Eusebiana, CLXXXVIII

    Weltliches Recht im Frankenreich

    Repository:

    Vercelli (Italy)
    Biblioteca Capitolare Eusebiana
    CLXXXVIII


    History:

    Origin:
    9th century (Bluhme); middle of the 8th century, presumably from North Italy (CLA)


    Physical description:


    Quires:
    Number:
    Size: ca. 220 x 190 mm


    Script:

    Glosses:


    Contents:

    • Leges Langobardorum

    References:


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    Vatican, Biblioteca Apostolica Vaticana, Vat. Lat. 7277

    Vatican, Biblioteca Apostolica Vaticana, Vat. Lat. 7277

    Weltliches Recht im Frankenreich

    Repository:

    Vatikan (Vatican City State)
    Biblioteca Apostolica Vaticana
    Vat. Lat. 7277

    N.B.: Bernhard Bischoff mentions incorrectly the Codex Theodosianus for this codex.

    History:

    Origin:
    8th or 9th century (von Salis); 9th/beginning of the 10th century, Gaul (Meyer); 8th/9th century, Burgundy (presumably Flavigny) (Bischoff)


    Physical description:


    Quires:
    Number: 127 foll.
    Size: 220 x 128 mm


    Script:

    Glosses:


    Contents:

    • 1v - 23
      Lex Romana Burgundionum
    • 23 - 125
      Leges novellae (Sylloge primaria)

    References:


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    Vatican, Biblioteca Apostolica Vaticana, Vat. Lat. 5766

    Vatican, Biblioteca Apostolica Vaticana, Vat. Lat. 5766

    Weltliches Recht im Frankenreich

    Repository:

    Vatikan (Vatican City State)
    Biblioteca Apostolica Vaticana
    Vat. Lat. 5766

    Note(s): 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.

    History:

    Origin:
    7th century (von Salis); 7th to 8th century (Codex Theodosianus and Lex Romana Burgundionum) (CLA); 8th century (Mommsen)

    Provenance:
    1461 in Bobbio (No. 44 in the library catalogue); a major part of the codex got to the Vatican in 1618, the other part presumably remained in Bobbio until 1803 with the same shelfmark as used before. (CLA)


    Physical description:


    Quires:
    Number:
    Size: 280 x 190 mm (Cassian), max. 285 x 263 mm (Fragmenta Vaticana), 330 x 280 mm (Codex Theodosianus), 280 x 205 mm (Lex Romana Burgundionum)


    Script:

    Glosses:


    Contents:

    • John Cassian, Collationes (partly palimpsested)
    • 17 - 24, 58 - 63, 82 - 100
      Fragmenta Vaticana (palimpsest)
    • 25 - 43, 46 - 48
      Codex Theodosianus (palimpsest, fragment)
    • 44 - 45
      title fragments of the Lex Romana Burgundionum (palimpsest)
    • further fragments

    References:


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    Vatican, Biblioteca Apostolica Vaticana, Reg. Lat. 1024

    Vatican, Biblioteca Apostolica Vaticana, Reg. Lat. 1024

    Weltliches Recht im Frankenreich

    Repository:

    Vatikan (Vatican City State)
    Biblioteca Apostolica Vaticana
    Reg. Lat. 1024

    Digital image available at BAV


    History:

    Origin:
    beginning of the 8th century (Zeumer); beginning of the 8th century, presumably Urgell or Cerdaña (García López); 7th century, Spain or South France (CLA); 1st half of the 8th century (Licht)


    Physical description:


    Quires:
    Number: 138 foll.
    Size: 280 x 190 mm


    Script: Half-Uncial

    Glosses:


    Contents:

    • 1r - 138r
      Lex Visigothorum with list of titles
    • 138r
      Sermo of Augustinus
    • 138v
      Chronica regum Visigothorum

    References:


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