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Report No. a008

Abbreviatio Decreti ‘Ius naturale quod est in lege’ II

 

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Biography/Description

Lists legal terms, often repetitive, drawn from both laws especially regarding marriage law. The work was a primitive forerunner of the later vocabularies, designed to aid students. It was composed before 1215, probably in France. See also Tabula utriusque iuris.

 

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Abbreviatio Decreti ‘Ius naturale quod est in lege’ II.

 

Text(s) – Manuscripts

No. 1

Abbreviatio Decreti ‘Ius naturale quod est in lege’ II.

 
Manuscript

Zürich, Zentralbibliothek C.80, fol. 55r–62v

 

Literature

A. Stickler, ‘Iter Helveticum’, Traditio 14 (1958) 477–78.

S. Kuttner, Repertorium 261.