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Collectio Lanfranci(Content authored by Corpus Christi College)
Corpus Canonum
Codicology:Vellum, 330 x 215 mm(Content authored by Corpus Christi College), (12.8 x 8.75 in.), ff. 222 + 2, 46 lines to a page. Cent. xi-xii, in a very beautiful clear round minuscule, by several scribes.
Collation: 1 flyleaf, I8-XV8 XVI6 XVII8-XXVIII8: 1 flyleaf.
2 fo.: modi neglegant.
Provenance:On f. 222v the beginning of the decretal of Gregory VII which is on f. 123r.
Below this (xvi) “T. C. C.” with considerable spaces between the letters. Whether this stands for Thomas Cranmer, Cantuar. I do not know.
I believe this book was at least written at Canterbury, and I rather incline to attribute it to St Augustine's, on the strength of the script.
The items enumerated above (on ff. 120v-122v) occur in the undoubtedly Canterbury (Christ Church) Decreta at Trinity College B. 16. 44, which was brought by Lanfranc from Bec.
I am not sure that some of the marginalia near the beginning are not in the hand of Bale.
Foliation: ff. a-b + i + 1-57 + 57a + 58-61 + 61a + 62-220 + ii + c-d(Content authored by Corpus Christi College)
Language: Latin.(Content authored by Corpus Christi College)
Contents
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Collectio Lanfranci (Content authored by Corpus Christi College)
Corpus Canonum (Content authored by Nasmith)
Epistolae et decreta pontificum Romanorum a Clemente ad Gregorium VII(Content authored by Nasmith)
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The lower part of the first flyleaf is cut off. On the verso (iv), in a large early hand, is “Canones” . In a small later hand: “Corpus Canonum”
1r
The upper part of f. 1r is cut off: a bit of the title, in red capitals, is left
1r
Text begins in the letter of Clement to James
1r
Incipit:
Notum tibi facio domine quia petrus qui uere fidei merito
There are marginalia in two hands of cent. xvi early or xv late. On ff. 7v, 9r, are initials in red, yellow and purple, edged with green. The subsequent initials are generally in single colours. On f. 59r is another more elaborate initial
After Decreta Gregorii Iunioris (De illicitis coniugiis) follow
115v
(117v)
Rubric:
Ex grecis et latinis canonibus et sinodis romanis atque decretis presulum ac principum romanorum hec capitula sparsim collecta sunt. et ingilramno mediomatrice urbis episcopo rome a beato papa adriano tradita. sud die tertio decimo kalendarum octobrium indictione nona. quando pro sui negotii causa agebatur I.
115v
Incipit:
Dei ordinationem accusat
lxxviii ends
118v
Explicit:
uel permiserit uiolandam
118v
(120v)
Rubric:
Sinodale decretum Nicholai
119r
Incipit:
Nicholaus ep. ... atque benedictione gaudere
119v
(121v)
Rubric:
Cuius supra
119v
(121v)
Incipit:
Domnus papa Nicholaus sinodo in basilica constantiniana presidens dixit. Erga symoniachos
119v
(121v)
Incipit:
Nichilominus auctoritate apostolica
119v
Explicit:
quasi iam omnino intronizatus sit
119v
(121v)
Rubric:
lusiurandum quod in eadem synodo fecit beringarius
119v
(121v)
Incipit:
Ego beringerius indignus
120r
Rubric:
Hanc epistolam accepit Lanfrancus cum monachus et prior esset Becci
120r
(122r)
Incipit:
Nycholaus etc. Satis desideratam uestram
120r
Rubric:
Hanc accepit cum Cadomensi cenobio preesset
120r
(122r)
Incipit:
Alexander etc. lanfranco utriusque sapientie gratia referto
120v
(122v)
Incipit:
Anno ab incarnacione domini sempiterni principii millesimo septuagesimo nono
120v
Council under Gregory VII with oath of Beringarius
120v
(122v)
Explicit:
qui per eius doctrinam ab ea recesserant
The first column of 121r left blank. A decretal of Gregory VII
121r
“Sanctorum patrum uestigiis inherentes” occupies the rest of the leaf (in 2 columns on verso)
See on the above, B hmer, Die F lschungen Lanfranks, 1902, p. 62 note
122r
(124r)
Rubric:
Incipiunt capitula in canones qui dicuntur apostolorum
(red capitals)
122v
(124v)
Text with fine initial in red and green
122v
(124r)
Canones 41, qui dicuntur apostolorum(Content authored by Nasmith)
124r
(126r)
CONCILIA GRAECA.
Symbolum Nicenum
Concilium Nicenum, Can. 20.
Anciranum, Can. 24.
Neocassariense, Can. 14.
Gangrense, Can. 20.
Sardicense, Can. 21.
Antiochenum, Can. 25.
Laodicense, Can. 60.
Constantinopolitanum, Regul. 3.
Symbolum Constantinopolitanum.
Concilium Ephesinum I. Can. 16.
Chalcedonense, Can. 27.
Constitutio fidei ejusdem concilii.
Symbola Nicena et Constantinopolitana.
Edictum Marciani pro confirmatione ejusdem concilii.
Regula Attici de epistola formata(Content authored by Nasmith)
The Greek Councils end with Regula Attici Constantinopolitani Ep. de epistola formata (giving the Greek alphabet)
CONCILIA LATINA(Content authored by Nasmith)
139v
(141v)
Rubric:
Huc usque grecorum concilia. De hinc latinorum sequuntur
139v
(141v)
AFRICANA. Concilium Cartaginense I. Can. 14
Cartaginense II. Can. 13.
Cartaginense III. Can. 49.
Cartaginense IV. Can. 105.
Cartaginense V. Can. 15.
Cartaginense VI. Can. 9. cum epistolis ad pontifices Romanos de canonibus Nicenis.
Cartaginense VII. Can. 5.
Milevitanum, Can. 26(Content authored by Nasmith)
147v
(149v)
A clearly different scribe
152v
(154v)
Rubric:
Huc usque Africe Concilia de hinc Gallie sequuntur
152v
(154v)
GALLICANA. Concilium Arelatense I. Can. 24
Arelatense II. Can. 24.
Arelatense III.
Valetinum, Can. 6.
Tauritanum, Can. 7.
Regiense, Can. 6.
Arausicanum, Can. 31.
Vasense, Can. 9.
Agatense, Can. 72.
Aurelianense, Can. 27(Content authored by Nasmith)
156v
(158v)
Former scribe resumes
161r
(163r)
HISPANICA. Concilium Eliberitanum, Can. 79
Terraconense, Can. 12.
Gerundense, Can. 10.
Csesar-Augustanum, Can. 9.
Hilerdense, Can. 16.
Valentinum, Can. 6.
Toletanum I. Can. 21.
Toletanum II. Can. 5.
Toletanum III. Can. 23.
Toletanum IV. Can. 75.
Toletanum V. Can. 9.
Toletanum VI. Can. 19.
Toletanum VII. Can. 7.
Toletanum VIII. Can. 15.
Toletanum IX. Can. 17.
Toletanum X. Can. 6.
Toletanum XI. Can. 16.
Toletanum XII. Can. 13.
Toletanum XIII. Can. 6.
Bracarense I. Can. 42.
Bracarense II. Can. 12.(Content authored by Nasmith)
Canones collecti ex orientalium synodis per Martinum episcopum et concilium Bracarense excerpti et emendati; qui clericos spectant Can. 68, qui laicos Can. 16.(Content authored by Nasmith)
Concilium Bracarense III. Can. 10.
Hispalense I. Can. 2.
Hispalense II. Can. 13(Content authored by Nasmith)
161r
(163r)
Rubric:
Huc usque Gallie Concilia, de hinc (Ispanie) sequuntur
At 164v, 180v and elsewhere are changes of scribes
216r
(218r)
Conc. Hispalense II ends
216r
Explicit:
Honorius cordubensis ep. subscripsi
Then follows
216r
(218r)
Epistola Lanfranci Cantuar. ad episcopum Hibernian(Content authored by Nasmith)
216r
Incipit:
Lanfrancus ... uenerando hibernie ep. D. (Ep. 33)
216v
Explicit:
abrenunciandum eis decreuimus
217r
(219)
Catalogus pontificum Romanorum ad Calixtum II(Content authored by Nasmith)
217r
(219r)
Rubric:
Catalogus Romanorum pontificum
There are biographical notices of the three last, Paschal II, Gelasius II, Calixtus II, ending
219v
Explicit:
Cessauit autem episcopatus dies iii
219v
(221v)
Catalogus imperatorum ad Tiberium anno 698(Content authored by Nasmith)
219v
(221v)
Rubric:
De imperatoribus
Octauianus Aug. Ann. vi. Notes persecutions etc. Ends
220r
(222r)
Explicit:
Leontius ann. iii. Liberius de hinc quintum animi (annum) agit. Indiction. prima
After a space, in a later hand
220r
Incipit:
Annus centenus millenus septuagenus Primus erat. primas. Cum ruit ense thomas (Cant. above)
After a space, in the original hand
220r
Incipit:
Xenodochium id est locus uenerabilis in quo peregrini suscipiuntur etc.
ending
220r
Explicit:
Brephrotrophium idest locus uenerabilis in quo infantes aluntur