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Report No. a465

Quaestiones Sedunenses I

ante 1216?


Alternative Names



Contain, according to the description of Stickler, 29 quaestiones. In an article of 1963, Fransen seems to have combined this collection with the one immediately following (Sedunenses II). Alfons Stickler reports, however, that references to Compilatio quarta are absent from this earlier part, and so is the siglum of the Bolongese canonist Tancred. Instead, the Sedunenses I twice mention a certain ‘R.’ (Ricardus Anglicus) and may therefore derive from his school.



No. 1

Quaestiones Sedunenses I.


Text(s) – Manuscripts

No. 1

Quaestiones Sedunenses I.


Sion, Arch. Cap 83, fol. 467(?)–476


Text(s) – Modern Editions

No. 1

Quaestiones Sedunenses I.

Modern Editions

None. The introductory part of five quaestiones printed by G. Fransen in Traditio, 19 (1963) 521–27.



G. Fransen, ‘Les “Questiones” des canonistes: Essai de dépouillement et de classement III’, Traditio, 19 (1963) 516–31.

A. Stickler, ‘Iter Helveticum’, Traditio, 14 (1958) 470–71.

S. Stelling-Michaud, Catalogue des manuscrits juridiques de la fin du XIIe au XIVe siècle conservés en Suisse (Genève 1954) n.161.