[Novella super III-V, and VI decretalium]. [ca. 1360]


Giovanni d'Andrea, ca. 1270-1348. [Novella super III-V, and VI decretalium].

[Novella super III-V, and VI decretalium]. [ca. 1360]

50 leaves (2 columns, 74 lines), bound : vellum, ill. ; 470 x 290 mm.

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