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TRACTATUS UNIVERSI IURIS (VENICE 1584–86)

SpinesTUI

An ‘Ocean of Law’. The Harvard Law School’s copy of TUI1584 is bound in 29 physical volumes, 17 inches high, 18 ‘tomes’ in 25 physical volumes and 4 physical volumes of indices.


CONTENTS Tome 3.2


The introduction to both parts of tome 3 will be found at the head of the data for tome 3, part 1.

 

TOME 3.2 – AUTHORS AND TITLES

The following table lists the items in tome 3.2 in the order in which they appear. The notes give linked references to general information about the author that appears on a separate page and any particular information that we have about the item in question. The final column gives a linked reference the sequence number in the PDS where the item first appears.

 

ITEM HOLAU TUIAU TUITI HN Citation Seq.
item no. 1Not in HOLLISConstantinus RogeriusDe summo bono t. 3.2, f. 2ra8  
noteRogerius, Constantius (Constantinus), fl. 1463.    
item no. 2Muscornus, HieronymusHieronimus Muscornus CypriusDe iurisdictione et imperio4334864t. 3.2, f. 15vb35  
noteMuscornus, Hieronymus, Cyprius, 16th c.. The topic was one that was hotly debated, particularly in French circles, in the 16th century.    
item no. 3La Pape, Guy de, ca. 1402 - ca. 1487Guido PapaDe rescriptis4323788t. 3.2, f. 28vb61  
notePape, Gui, ?1404–1477. HOLLIS has both Lyon 1549 and TUI 1584.    
item no. 4Crassis, Joannes deIoannes de GrassisDe rescriptis apostolicis4313691t. 3.2, f. 31ra66  
noteGrassi, Giovanni, b. Castelnuovo Scrivia sec. 15 ineunte, d. Valenza Po 1473.    
item no. 5Jacobus de Arena, fl. 1288-1320Jacobus de ArenaDe praeceptis iudicum4191924t. 3.2, f. 34vb73  
noteIacopo da Arena, d. 1297/98.    
item no. 6Not in HOLLISPlacentinusDe varietate actionum: De rerum vendicationibus t. 3.2, f. 35vb75  
notePlacentinus (Piacentino), b. Piacenza 12/2 c., d. Montpellier c. ?1181/2.    
item no. 7PlacentinusPlacentinusDe personalibus actionibus4350903t. 3.2, f. 39rb82  
notePlacentinus (Piacentino), b. Piacenza 12/2 c., d. Montpellier c. ?1181/2.    
item no. 8Joannes Baptista, de Sancto BlasioBaptista de Sancto BlasioDe actione et eius natura4321214t. 3.2, f. 43ra90  
noteBattista, da Sambiagio, b. Padova c. 1425, d. ?Verona ?Brescia 1492.    
item no. 9Not in HOLLISFridericus Schenek, ex liberis Baronibus a TautenbergDe in ius vocando t. 3.2, f. 57rb118  
noteSchenck, Frederick, van Toutenburg, b. Vollenhove c. 1503, d. Utrecht 1580. Schenek in TUIAU is a typo for Schenck. This item would seem to be an extract from S’s Progymnasmata fori (?first ed. Halle 1537).    
item no. 10Oriano, Lanfranco da, d. 1488Lanfrancus ab Ariadno BrixiensisDe citationibus4334102t. 3.2, f. 58rb120  
noteLanfranco da Oriano (Lanfrancus de Ariadno), b. Oriano 1400 X 1410, d. Brescia 1488.    
item no. 11Mandosi, Quintiliano, 1514?-1593Quintilianus MandosiusDe monitoriis4346299t. 3.2, f. 59ra122  
noteMandosi, Quintiliano, b. Amelia 1514, d. Roma 1593. This work was first published in 1581.    
item no. 12La Pape, Guy de, ca. 1402 - ca. 1488Guido PapaDe compulsoriis literis4323723t. 3.2, f. 70ra144  
notePape, Gui, ?1404–1477. HOLLIS has both Lyon 1549 and TUI 1584. HOLTI: Tractatus aureus nunq[ue] antea editus compulsoriarum super statuto delphinali de literis co[m]pulsoriis & precisis concedendia.    
item no. 13Crassis, Joannes deJoannes de GrassisDe cessione iuris et actionum fienda4313664t. 3.2, f. 72va149  
noteGrassi, Giovanni, b. Castelnuovo Scrivia sec. 15 ineunte, d. Valenza Po 1473.    
item no. 14Jacobus de Arena, fl. 1288-1320Jacobus de ArenaDe cessione actionum4191910t. 3.2, f. 74va153  
noteIacopo da Arena, d. 1297/98. php#114'>, which see for cautions about attributions to him.    
item no. 15Not in HOLLISAuctor incertusDe cessionibus t. 3.2, f. 77va159  
noteAuctor Incertus. There is not much to go on. The only hope for placing this item is in examining the citations. Preliminarily, it would seem to date from the 16th century.    
item no. 16Oriano, Lanfranco da, d. 1488Lanfrancus de AriadnoDe petitione4334126t. 3.2, f. 78va161  
noteLanfranco da Oriano (Lanfrancus de Ariadno), b. Oriano 1400 X 1410, d. Brescia 1488.    
item no. 17OdofredusOdofredusDe libellis formandis4342204t. 3.2, f. 79vb163  
noteOdofredo Denari (Odofredus de Denariis), b. Bologna sec. 13 ineunte, d. Bologna 1265. HOLTI calls this work a summa.    
item no. 18Hermannus BarensisHermannus BarensisDe formandis libellis4320269t. 3.2, f. 89vb183  
noteHermannus Barensis. One of the sample libels (f. 96ra) is dated 1410. The copy in TUI lacks the dedicatory epistle that is found in the ed. Strasbourg 1510 (under the title Refugium advocatorum, sig. a[1r]), and which allowed Bethmann-Hollweg, ([1874] 6.1.257-9) to identify the author as an advocate in the imperial court who reworked a similar formulary of Pierre Jacobi (b. Aurillac c. 1280, d. ?Montpellier p. 1351).    
item no. 19Oriano, Lanfranco da, d. 1488Lanfrancus de AriadnoDe dilationibus4334106t. 3.2, f. 102ra208  
noteLanfranco da Oriano (Lanfrancus de Ariadno), b. Oriano 1400 X 1410, d. Brescia 1488.    
item no. 20Martino, da Fano, fl. 1229-1272Martinus de FanoDe exceptionibus, impedientibus litis ingressum4338596t. 3.2, f. 102vb209  
noteMartino del Cassero da Fano (Martinus de Fano), b. Fano c. 1190, d. ?Bologna p. 1272.    
item no. 21Oriano, Lanfranco da, d. 1488Lanfrancus de AriadnoDe exceptionibus4334108t. 3.2, f. 103ra210  
noteLanfranco da Oriano (Lanfrancus de Ariadno), b. Oriano 1400 X 1410, d. Brescia 1488.    
item no. 22Innocent IV, Pope, ca. 1200-1254Innocentius Quintus [sic]De exceptionibus4327074t. 3.2, f. 104ra212  
noteInnocent (Innocentius) IV, Pope, b. Genova a. 1200, elected pope 1243, d. Napoli 1254. The Index authorum to 3.2 gives the author as Innocentius quartus. That would seem to be what is intended here. (See the author list for the canonical work occasionally misattributed to Innocent V [c. 1224-1276].) The attribution of this item to Innocent IV must also be doubted. See L. Fowler-Magerl, Ordo iudiciorum vel ordo iudiciarius (Frankfurt 1984) 216-18.    
item no. 23Nepos de Monte Albano, 13th cent.Nepos de MontalbanoDe exceptionibus4342084t. 3.2, f. 105va215  
noteNepos de Monte Albano, 13th c.. This work, also known as the Liber (or Libellus) fugitivus, is consistently attributed to N. both in manuscripts and in the printed editions, but it seems to have had predecessors that are not by him. See G. Murano, ‘Ricerche sul Libellus fugitivus‘, Aevum 79 (2005) 417-60. See below t. 3.2, f. 128va.    
item no. 24Joannes, Monachus CisterciensisJohannes Monachus Cistersiensis ordinisIuris defensorium4320785t. 3.2, f. 122ra248  
noteJoannes, monachus Cistersiensis, fl. sec. 13 exeunte – sec. 14 ineunte. The title in TUI, De defensorium iuris, does not parse unless it is a treatise about a work with that title. Joannes in his prologue calls the work ‘Iuris defensorium’, and that is the title we have used. Listed as in both TUI 1584 and Lyon 1549 in HOLLIS. The work is related to the previous one, but is not the same, and it can be reasonably firmly dated sometime between 1298 and 1317, or shortly after the latter.    
item no. 25BagarotusBagarotusDe exceptionibus dilatoriis et declinatoriis iudicii4196016t. 3.2, f. 128va261  
noteBagarotto (Bagarottus de Coradis), fl. 1200–1246. B’s authorship of this item may be questioned. Much passed under his name that were slight reworkings, if reworkings at all, of the works of others. It probably represents a stage on the way to the Libellus fugitivus (t. 3.2, f. 105va).    
item no. 26Corte, Francesco, d. 1495Franciscus Curtius SeniorisDe iureiurando propter calumniam4303208t. 3.2, f. 130rb264  
noteCorti, Francesco, sr., d. Pavia 1495. HOLTI: Commentum tituli. C. de jurejurando propter calumniam dando [Cod. 2.58]. As HOLTI indicates this is not a treatise, strictly speaking, but a commentary or repetitio on the cited title in the Code.    
item no. 27Not in HOLLISFedericus SchenchDe satisdationibus, quae in iudicio praestantur t. 3.2, f. 135ra274  
noteVicentinus, Simon. This item would also seem to be an extract from his Progymnasmata fori (?first ed. Halle 1537).    
item no. 28Vincentinus, SimonSimon VincentinusDe iudiciali missione in possessionem4372327t. 3.2, f. 135va275  
noteVicentinus, Simon. Lange, Glossatoren 313, accepts this as a genuine work of S’s. A cursory examination of the citations in the item suggests that they are all to Roman law and that of the few jurists cited none is later than the mid-13th century. The form of the work is a bit unusual. It is not a treatise in the normal sense of the term. It begins with a distinctio, which it the proceeds to elaborate in a form reminiscent of a materia.    
item no. 29OdofredusOdofredus BononiensisDe primo et secundo decreto4342218t. 3.2, f. 136rb276  
noteOdofredo Denari (Odofredus de Denariis), b. Bologna sec. 13 ineunte, d. Bologna 1265. The attribution of this work to Odofredus is doubtful. It is also ascribed to his teacher Iacopo Balduini (Jacobus Balduini) (b. Bologna . . . , fl. 1210 - d. Bologna 1235). As the next item shows, a similar, but longer, treatise on the same topic is also ascribed to the later jurists Jacobus de Belvisio and to Guido de Suzaria. See Lange, Glossatoren 291, 333.    
item no. 30Belviso, Jacobus de, fl. 1300Iacobus de Belviso et Guido de SuzariaDe primo et secundo decreto4288016t. 3.2, f. 136vb277  
noteIacopo di Belviso (Belvisi), b. Bologna p. 1270, d. Bologna 1335. Guido da Suzzara, fl. 1247, d. Bologna 1293. As printed here, this would seem to be the treatise for which the previous one provides a kind of table of contents or summary, known technically as materia.    
item no. 31La Pape, Guy de, ca. 1402 - ca. 1489Guido PapaDe primo et secundo decreto4323781t. 3.2, f. 139ra282  
notePape, Gui, ?1404–1477. This treatise is related to, but not the same as, the previous three.    
item no. 32Bartolo, of Sassoferrato, 1313-1357Bartolus de SaxoferratoDe excussionibus pignorum4192378t. 3.2, f. 140va285  
noteBartolo da Sassoferrato (Bartolus de Saxoferrato ), 1313/14–1357. B’s authorship of this item has been doubted. The way it is presented here suggests that the editors thought of this as a kind of table of contents or materia for the following work. See Lange/Kriechbaum, Kommentatoren 729. The word excussio, which literally means ‘shake-down’, is a method of setting aside a debtor’s goods by judicial order, so that the order of execution against them might be determined. The ius commune turned the process into a kind of bankruptcy proceeding.    
item no. 33Jacobus de Arena, fl. 1288-1320Iacobus de ArenaDe excussionibus bonorum4192372t. 3.2, f. 141ra286  
noteIacopo da Arena, d. 1297/98. This item is also attributed to Iacopo Bottrigari (Jacobus Butrigarius) (b. Bologna c. 1274, d. Bologna 1347/8), and is sometimes called, like the previous item, De excussionibus pignorum. See Lange/Kriechbaum, Kommentatoren 729    
item no. 34Barzi, Benedetto, d. 1459Benedictus de Plumbino, alias de BarzisDe discussionibus4192456t. 3.2, f. 141vb287  
noteBarzi, Benedetto, b. Perugia a. 1380, d. Ferrara 1459. There seems no reason to doubt that Barzi (not Benedetto da Piombino) wrote this item. Discussio here seems to be synonymous with excussio.    
item no. 35Ubaldi, Angelo degli, 1328 - ca. 1407Angelus de PerusioDe sequestris4371772t. 3.2, f. 142va289  
noteAngelo degli Ubaldi (Angelus de Perusio), sr., b. ?Perugia 1327/8, d. Perugia 1407. There is no particular reason to doubt A’s authorship of this item.    
item no. 36Jacobus de Arena, fl. 1288-1320Jacobus de ArenaDe sequestrationibus4191906t. 3.2, f. 143rb290  
noteIacopo da Arena, d. 1297/98.    
item no. 37Curtius, Franciscus, Sr.Franciscus Curtius SeniorDe sequestris4299713t. 3.2, f. 143vb291  
noteCorti, Francesco, sr., d. Pavia 1495. The author is the same as HOLAU Corte, Francesco, d. 1495.    
item no. 38Caccialupi, Giovanni Battista, d. 1496Ioannes Baptista Caccialupus de Sancto SeverinoDe debitore suspecto et fugitivo4288115t. 3.2, f. 148ra300  
noteCaccialupi, Giovanni Battista, b. San Severino Marche c. 1425, d. Roma 1496.    
item no. 39Peck, Pierre, 1529-1589Petrus Pechius ZiricaeiDe iure sistendi et manuum iniectione, quam vulgo arrestationem vocant, succincta explicatio4054387t. 3.2, f. 155rb314  
notePeckius, Petrus (Pieter Peck), sr., b. Zierikzee 1529, d. Mechelen 1589.. This is not one of P’s main works, but there is no reason to doubt that he wrote it.    
item no. 40Bruno, MatteoMatthaeus Brunus AriminensisDe cessione bonorum4295003t. 3.2, f. 179rb362  
noteBruni, Matteo, 1503–1575. This seems to be B’s only known work.    
item no. 41Baeza, Gaspar de, b. 1540Gaspar BeatiusDe inope debitore ex castelliana consuetudine creditoribus addicendo4196005t. 3.2, f. 204ra412  
noteBaeza, Gaspar de, 1540–1569. HOLTI adds to the title: tractatus modis omnibus novis.    
item no. 42Not in HOLLISConstantinus RogeriusDe remediis possessoriis t. 3.2, f. 245ra494  
noteRogerius, Constantius (Constantinus), fl. 1463.    
item no. 43Personalis, Achilles, 16th cent.Achilles Personales MirandulanusDe adipiscenda possessione iuxta l. fin. C. de edito D. Adr. toll. [C. 6.33.3]4345507t. 3.2, f. 246ra496  
notePersonali, Achille, fl. 16/2 c.. HOLTI: Tractatus adipiscendae possessionis, quae ex jure civile defertur; interdicti seu remedii quorum bonorum quod a praetorio jure introducitur; ac petitionis haereditatis. This and the two following items go together and may be only things that P. wrote.    
item no. 44Personalis, Achilles, 16th cent.Achilles Personales MirandulanusDe interdicto quorum bonorum t. 3.2, f. 276va557  
notePersonali, Achille, fl. 16/2 c..    
item no. 45Personalis, Achilles, 16th cent.Achilles Personales MirandulanusDe petitione hereditatis t. 3.2, f. 281vb567  
notePersonali, Achille, fl. 16/2 c..    
item no. 46Cucchi, Marco Antonio, 1506-1567Marcus Antonius CuchusDe mentiente circa possessionem4299009t. 3.2, f. 291rb586  
noteCucchi, Marco Antonio, b. ?Brescia c. 1510, d. Pavia 1582/3. (The HOLLIS dates are wrong.) This work comes from the period of C’s career when he was involved in the study and teaching of civil law.    
item no. 47Not in HOLLISVerginius de Boccatius de CinguloDe interdicto uti possidetis, sive de manutenentione in possessione t. 3.2, f. 300vb605  
noteBoccacci (de Boccatiis), Verginio, b. Cingoli ... , fl. 1568 – d. 1596. This work was written in Macerata in 1581, when B. was in a kind of exile from Rome.    
item no. 48Not in HOLLISAntonius Corsetus SiculusTractatus fallentiarum ad regulam, spoliatus ante omnia restituendus t. 3.2, f. 325va655  
noteCorsetti (Corsettus, Corsectus, Corsictus), Antonio, b. Noto (prov. Siracusa, Sicily) c. 1450, d. Roma 1503. This item was first published in 1499 as Corsetti was moving from being a commentator on the works of his fellow-Sicilian Panormitanus to being a writer in his own right.    
item no. 49Franchi, Filippo, d. 1471Philippus Francus PerusinusTractatus subtillissimus et eruditionis reconditae in materia petitorii4313930t. 3.2, f. 326vb657  
noteFranchi (della Franca), Fillippo, b. Perguia c. 1415, d. Perguia 1471. According to C. Bukowska Gorgoni (DBI), this work was a disputatio given at Pavia in 1461 and first published in Milano in 1495.    
item no. 50Not in HOLLISHieronymus de Monte, BrixiensisDe finibus regundis t. 3.2, f. 333va671  
noteMonti, Girolamo, d. 1522. This item was reprinted a number of times. Its full title gives some sense why: Tractatus de finibus regundis civitatum, castrorum ac praeiorum tam urbanorum quam rusticorum et pro redimendis iureque iudicandis eorum litibus atque controversiis, fertilissimus, utilis & pernecessarius. The gerundive regundis looks odd, but it is derived from the Roman actio finium regundorum (D.10.1, C.3.39).    
item no. 51Phanucuis de PhanuciisPhanuccius Phanuccii LucensisDe iureiurando in litem4351153t. 3.2, f. 358va721  
noteFanucci, Fanuccio, fl. 16/m c.. HOLAU contains a typographical error; the final ‘u’ and ‘i’ should be reversed. We have seen an edition of this work as early as Venezia 1557.    
item no. 52Not in HOLLISIacobus de ArenaDe expensis in iudicio factis t. 3.2, f. 394vb793  
noteIacopo da Arena, d. 1297/98.    
item no. 53Oriano, Lanfranco da, d. 1488Lanfrancus de AriadnoDe expensis4334113t. 3.2, f. 396ra796  
noteLanfranco da Oriano (Lanfrancus de Ariadno), b. Oriano 1400 X 1410, d. Brescia 1488.    
item no. 54Not in HOLLISFidericus SchenckDe expensis in iudicio factis t. 3.2, f. 397va799  
noteSchenck, Frederick, van Toutenburg, b. Vollenhove c. 1503, d. Utrecht 1580. TUIAU should read ‘Fridericus’. For the author, see f. 57r. This item would also seem to be an extract from his Progymnasmata fori (?first ed. Halle 1537).    

 

TOME 3.2 – ‘METADATA’

Item Vol. Fol. Seq.
Spine t.3 p.2  no f. 1
Front cover t.3 p.2  no f. 2
Front pastedown, with bookplate t.3 p.2  no f. 3
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Blank freestanding endpaper t.3 p.2  no f. 5
Title Page: De iudiciis, pars secunda t.3 p.2 [1r] 6
Index authorum t.3 p.2 [1v] 7
Constantinus Rogerius: De summo bono t.3 p.2 2r 8
t.3 p.2 2v 9
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Hieronimus Muscornus Cyprius: Tractatus de iurisdictione, atque imperio 15v 35
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Guido Papa: De rescriptis t.3 p.2 28v 61
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t.3 p.2 30v 65
Ioannes de Grassis: De rescriptis apostolicis t.3 p.2 31r 66
t.3 p.2 31v 67
t.3 p.2 32r 68
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Iacobus de Arena: De præceptis judicum t.3 p.2 34v 73
t.3 p.2 35r 74
Placentinus: De varietate actionum: De rerum vendicationibus 35v 75
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Placentinus: De personalibus actionibus t.3 p.2 39r 82
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Baptista de Sancto Blasio: De actione et eius natura t.3 p.2 43r 90
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Fridericus Schenek: De in ius vocando t.3 p.2 57r 118
t.3 p.2 57v 119
Lanfrancus ab Ariadno: De citationibus t.3 p.2 58r 120
t.3 p.2 58v 121
Quintilianus Mandosius: De monitoriis t.3 p.2 59r 122
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Guido Papa: De compulsoriis literis t.3 p.2 70r 144
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Ioannes de Grassis: De cessione iuris et actionum fienda t.3 p.2 72v 149
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Iacobus de Arena: De cessione actionum t.3 p.2 74v 153
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Incertus Author: De cessionibus t.3 p.2 77v 159
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Lanfrancus ab Ariadno: De petitione t.3 p.2 78v 161
t.3 p.2 79r 162
Odofredus: De libellis formandis t.3 p.2 79v 163
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t.3 p.2 82v 169
t.3 p.2 83r 170
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t.3 p.2 88r 180
t.3 p.2 88v 181
t.3 p.2 89r 182
Hermannus Barensis: De formandis libellis t.3 p.2 89v 183
t.3 p.2 90r 184
t.3 p.2 90v 185
t.3 p.2 91r 186
t.3 p.2 91v 187
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t.3 p.2 100r 204
t.3 p.2 100v 205
t.3 p.2 101r 206
t.3 p.2 101v 207
Lanfrancus de Ariadno: De dilationibus t.3 p.2 102r 208
Matinus de Fano: De exceptionibus, impedientibus litis ingressum 102v 209
Lanfrancus de Ariadno: De exceptionibus t.3 p.2 103r 210
t.3 p.2 103v 211
Innocentius Quintus [i.e. Quartus]: De exceptionibus t.3 p.2 104r 212
t.3 p.2 104v 213
t.3 p.2 105r 214
Nepos de Montalbano: De exceptionibus t.3 p.2 105v 215
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t.3 p.2 120v 245
t.3 p.2 121r 246
t.3 p.2 121v 247
Joannes, monachus Cisterciensis: Iuris defensorium t.3 p.2 122r 248
t.3 p.2 122v 249
t.3 p.2 123r 250
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t.3 p.2 126v 257
t.3 p.2 127r 258
t.3 p.2 127v 259
t.3 p.2 128r 260
Bagarotus: De exceptionibus dilatoriis et declinatoriis iudicii t.3 p.2 128v 261
t.3 p.2 129r 262
t.3 p.2 129v 263
Franciscus Curtius senior: De iureiurando propter calumniam  t.3 p.2 130r 264
t.3 p.2 130v 265
t.3 p.2 131r 266
t.3 p.2 131v 267
t.3 p.2 132r 268
t.3 p.2 132v 269
t.3 p.2 133r 270
t.3 p.2 133v 271
t.3 p.2 134r 272
t.3 p.2 134v 273
Federicus Schench: De satisdationibus quae in iudicio praestantur 135r 274
Simon Vincentinus : De iudiciali missione in possessionem t.3 p.2 135v 275
Odofredus: De primo et secundo decreto t.3 p.2 136r 276
Iacobus de Belviso et Guido de Suzaria: De primo et secundo decreto 136v 277
t.3 p.2 137r 278
t.3 p.2 137v 279
t.3 p.2 138r 280
t.3 p.2 138v 281
Guido Papa: De primo et secundo decreto t.3 p.2 139r 282
t.3 p.2 139v 283
t.3 p.2 140r 284
Bartolus de Saxoferrato: De excussionibus pignorum t.3 p.2 140v 285
Iacobus de Arena: De excussionibus bonorum t.3 p.2 141r 286
Benedictus de Plumbino, alias de Barzis: De discussionibus t.3 p.2 141v 287
t.3 p.2 142r 288
Angelus de Perusio: De sequestris t.3 p.2 142v 289
Iacobus de Arena: De sequestrationibus t.3 p.2 143r 290
Franciscus Curtius senior: De sequestris t.3 p.2 143v 291
t.3 p.2 144r 292
t.3 p.2 144v 293
t.3 p.2 145r 294
t.3 p.2 145v 295
t.3 p.2 146r 296
t.3 p.2 146v 297
t.3 p.2 147r 298
t.3 p.2 147v 299
Ioannes Baptista Caccialupus: De debitore suspecto et fugitivo 148r 300
t.3 p.2 148v 301
t.3 p.2 149r 302
t.3 p.2 149v 303
t.3 p.2 150r 304
t.3 p.2 150v 305
t.3 p.2 151r 306
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t.3 p.2 153r 310
t.3 p.2 153v 311
t.3 p.2 154r 312
t.3 p.2 154v 313
Petrus Pechius: De iure sistendi et manuum iniectione quam vulgo arrestationem vocant succincta explicatio 155r 314
t.3 p.2 155v 315
t.3 p.2 156r 316
t.3 p.2 156v 317
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t.3 p.2 177v 359
t.3 p.2 178r 360
t.3 p.2 178v 361
Matthaeus Brunus: De cessione bonorum t.3 p.2 179r 362
t.3 p.2 179v 363
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t.3 p.2 180v 365
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t.3 p.2 202v 409
t.3 p.2 203r 410
t.3 p.2 203v 411
Gaspar Beatius: De inope debitore, ex castellana consuetudine, creditoribus addicendo 204r 412
t.3 p.2 204v 413
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t.3 p.2 244r 492
t.3 p.2 244v 493
Constantinus Rogerius: De remediis possessoriis t.3 p.2 245r 494
t.3 p.2 245v 495
Achilles Personalis: De adipiscenda possessione t.3 p.2 246r 496
t.3 p.2 246v 497
t.3 p.2 247r 498
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t.3 p.2 274v 553
t.3 p.2 275r 554
t.3 p.2 275v 555
t.3 p.2 276r 556
Achilles Personalis: De interdicto quorum bonorum t.3 p.2 276v 557
t.3 p.2 277r 558
t.3 p.2 277v 559
t.3 p.2 278r 560
t.3 p.2 278v 561
t.3 p.2 279r 562
t.3 p.2 279v 563
t.3 p.2 280r 564
t.3 p.2 280v 565
t.3 p.2 281r 566
Achilles Personalis: De petitione haereditatis t.3 p.2 281v 567
t.3 p.2 282r 568
t.3 p.2 282v 569
t.3 p.2 283r 570
t.3 p.2 283v 571
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t.3 p.2 289r 582
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t.3 p.2 290r 584
t.3 p.2 290v 585
Marcus Antonius Cuchus: De mentiente circa possessionem t.3 p.2 291r 586
t.3 p.2 291v 587
t.3 p.2 292r 588
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t.3 p.2 293r 590
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t.3 p.2 299v 603
t.3 p.2 300r 604
Verginius de Boccatiis de Cingulo: De interdicto uti possidetis, sive de manutenentione in possessione 300v 605
t.3 p.2 301r 606
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t.3 p.2 318r 640
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t.3 p.2 325r 654
Antonius Corsetus Siculus: Tractatus fallentiarum ad regulam, spoliatus ante omnia restituendus 325v 655
t.3 p.2 326r 656
Philippus Francus: Tractatus subtillissimus et eruditionis reconditae in materia petitorii 326v 657
t.3 p.2 327r 658
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t.3 p.2 328r 660
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t.3 p.2 333r 670
Hieronymus de Monte: De finibus regundis t.3 p.2 333v 671
t.3 p.2 334r 672
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t.3 p.2 358r 720
Phanuccius Phanuccii: De iureiurando in litem t.3 p.2 358v 721
t.3 p.2 359r 722
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Iacobus de Arena: De expensis in iudicio factis t.3 p.2 394v 793
t.3 p.2 395r 794
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Lanfrancus de Ariadno: De expensis t.3 p.2 396r 796
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Fidericus Schenck: De expensis in iudicio factis t.3 p.2 397v 799
t.3 p.2 398r 800
Finis. Registrum t.3 p.2 398v 801
Blank freestanding endpaper t.3 p.2  no f. 802
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Back pastedown t.3 p.2  no f. 804
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