Canon Law commentary
Scope and Contents
Collection consists of one signature (two vellum pages) which appear to have been part of a 14th century codex. The manuscript is written in Latin and is not completely translated. The pages have been trimmed , and it is possible that illumination has been removed. Provenance information described manuscript as a part of "Littera Bononiensis." In the document are instructions for canons to follow in choosing the dean of the cathedral. Further information is given regarding the resolution of dissension during an election and the possible nullification of an election if an unworthy candidate is chosen.
- Creation: 1350
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0.167 Cubic Feet (2 pages)
Language of Materials
Collection consists of one signature (two vellum pages) which appear to have been part of a 14th century codex. The manuscript is written in Latin and is not completely translated.
The collection was given to the University by Helena Wreruszowski in May, 1942.
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