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hec sunt statuta et ordinationex communis et hominum ac universitatis loci carpeneti...[in red]

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Title: hec sunt statuta et ordinationex communis et hominum ac universitatis loci carpeneti...[in red]

Title / Supplied: Laws and Statutes of Carpeneto, Italy

Scribe

  • Antonius de Ruzinentis de Ripalta

Source Document

Extent: 30 leaves : parchment ; 253 x 185 (187 x 145) mm.

Date Created: 1458


Physical Description

Collation: Parchment, fol. i (19th c.? paper) + 28 (foliated I-XXIIII, 1-4)+ i (19th c.? paper) ; 1-3⁸ 4⁴ (wants 1 and 2, probably blank) 5² ; catchwords in margins. Layout: Written in 34 long lines; ruled in lead. Decoration: Littera duplex initial and flourished initials (fol. 1r), rubrication, and paragraph marks.


Binding

Binding is modern blue cloth, with "Ferraro" stamped in gold on the spine.


Script

Written in a medium to lower grade Italian Textualis.

Genre(s): codices

Language(s): Italian

Place: Italy

Note [Digital Version]

2010-04-22, Center for Digital Initiatives, University of Vermont Libraries

Note [Provenance]

Paper flyleaves contain Italian text and a drawing of an anchor with inscriptions and the date, 1872. Also signed "Giuseppe Ferraro 'ho neoteros'(in Greek)", who published the manuscript in 1874. Given to UVM Special Collections by Professor Giuseppe Ferraro.

Note [Incipit]

In primus statuerunt et ordinaverunt

Note [Bibliography]

De Ricci, p. 2169, no. 6

Type of Resource: text

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Access Conditions

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Preferred citation

hec sunt statuta et ordinationex communis et hominum ac universitatis loci carpeneti...[in red], TR Carpeneto, Italy. Laws and statutes., Special Collections, University of Vermont Library, http://cdi.uvm.edu/collections/item/mrmc006 (accessed December 18, 2014)

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The language of this manuscript should be listed as Latin, not Italian.

- Charles F. Briggs