Sextus liber decretalium, [between 1300 and 1350?].


Catholic Church. Sextus liber decretalium, [between 1300 and 1350?].

Sextus liber decretalium, [between 1300 and 1350?].

Ms. copy of most of Pope Boniface VIII's sixth book of decretals of 1298, copied by at least 4 scribes probably between 1300-1350 at the request of church officials in Tours (cf. leaf 81r).

[176] leaves : parchment ; 28 cm.

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