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Privileges for the Eremite Friars of St. Augustine Ms. Codex 736
Kislak Center for Special Collections, Rare Books and Manuscripts
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Abstract

Collection of papal letters and instruments regarding the order of the Eremite Friars of St. Augustine of Rouen, with copies of documents by Clement VI, Innocent IV, Urban VI, Boniface VIII, Alexander IV, Martin V, Eugene IV, Nicholas V, and Sixtus IV. Includes a letter by the cardinal protector of the order, Guillaume de Estouteville; collection notarized by Marco Marzio Saxoferratensis (f. 29).

Physical Description

Support: parchment; Extent: 31 leaves : 165 x 129 (115 x 75) mm. bound to 165 x 130 mm; Foliation: Parchment, i (parchment) + 31; [1-31]; modern foliation in pencil, upper right recto.

Layout

Written in 22 long lines; ruled in ink.

Script

Written in a humanistic script by one hand, with notarial statement in a second hand, and marginalia in a third hand.

Decoration

Red initials throughout.

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Notes

Ms. codex.

Title supplied by cataloger (Zacour-Hirsch).

Incipit (f. 1r): Guilielmus miseratione divina episcopus ostiensis sacrosanctae Romae ecclesiae Cardinalis Rotomagensis vulgaritur nuncupatus ac sacrae religionis fratrum hermitarum sancti.

Text is the same as that of UPenn Ms. Codex 85 (f. 1-31), up to the notation "Feb. 6, 1475" (f. 28v). The end of Ms. Codex 736 and the letter from Cardinal Guillaume de Estouteville are not in Ms. Codex 85.

These are pages that we pulled aside that disrupted the flow of the manuscript reader. These may be bindings, inserts, bookmarks, and various other oddities.

Spine

Keywords
15th century
Document
Christian
Italy
University of Pennsylvania, Kislak Center for Special Collections, Rare Books and Manuscripts

Place of Origin

Italy

Date

Written in Italy (Zacour-Hirsch), 29 March 1475 (f. 29r).

Binding

Contemporary doeskin (Zacour-Hirsch). Worm damage, particularly to cover and along spine. Parchment leaf from a lectionary used as pastedown and front flyleaf.

Language

Latin

Provenance

Sold by H. P. Kraus, 1963.

return to search Privileges for the Eremite Friars of St. Augustine Ms. Codex 736

Place of Origin

Italy

Date

Written in Italy (Zacour-Hirsch), 29 March 1475 (f. 29r).

Language

Latin

Provenance

Sold by H. P. Kraus, 1963.

Manuscript Overview

Abstract

Collection of papal letters and instruments regarding the order of the Eremite Friars of St. Augustine of Rouen, with copies of documents by Clement VI, Innocent IV, Urban VI, Boniface VIII, Alexander IV, Martin V, Eugene IV, Nicholas V, and Sixtus IV. Includes a letter by the cardinal protector of the order, Guillaume de Estouteville; collection notarized by Marco Marzio Saxoferratensis (f. 29).

Notes

Ms. codex.

Title supplied by cataloger (Zacour-Hirsch).

Incipit (f. 1r): Guilielmus miseratione divina episcopus ostiensis sacrosanctae Romae ecclesiae Cardinalis Rotomagensis vulgaritur nuncupatus ac sacrae religionis fratrum hermitarum sancti.

Text is the same as that of UPenn Ms. Codex 85 (f. 1-31), up to the notation "Feb. 6, 1475" (f. 28v). The end of Ms. Codex 736 and the letter from Cardinal Guillaume de Estouteville are not in Ms. Codex 85.

Script note

Written in a humanistic script by one hand, with notarial statement in a second hand, and marginalia in a third hand.

Decoration Note

Red initials throughout.

For a full list of Decorations in this manuscript please see the Content and Decorations section by clicking on the [i] button in the top left corner of the image viewer above.

References
Binding Images

These are pages that we pulled aside that disrupted the flow of the manuscript reader. These may be bindings, inserts, bookmarks, and various other oddities.

Spine

Keywords
15th century
Document
Christian
Italy
University of Pennsylvania, Kislak Center for Special Collections, Rare Books and Manuscripts
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