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Report No. a463

Quaestiones Pragenses II

late 12th c.?


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Follow immediately after the Pragenses I. According to Fransen, they represent a different form of redaction in that they omit for the most part any reference to the underlying case and concentrate on the questio itself. But again, they share much of their material with the Bambergenses III. French in origin.



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Quaestiones Pragenses II.


Text(s) – Manuscripts

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Quaestiones Pragenses II.


Praha, Univ. Knihovna XIV. E. 31, fol. 43rb–45ra


Text(s) – Modern Editions

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Quaestiones Pragenses II.

Modern Editions

Analysis by G. Fransen in Traditio, 12 (1956) 566–69, 581–92.



G. Fransen, ‘Les “Questiones” des canonistes: Essai de dépouillement et de classement I’, Traditio , 12 (1956) 566–92.

S. Kuttner, ‘Bernardus Compostellanus Antiquus’, Traditio, 1 (1943) 321 n.6.