Glossarium in sextum decretalium

Haenel 2.                           C. M. A. 2180. 7.

Vellum, I21/2 x 81/8, ff. 185, 54 lines to a page. Cent. xiv late, in an ugly current hand.

From Christ Church, Canterbury, to which it was given in 1384 by Prior Thomas Chillenden

(d. 1411). A list of his books appears in Litterae Cantuarienses, Rolls Series III. 121, but I

do not think this appears. It was given many years before he died. See my Ancient Libraries

of Canterbury and Dover, p. 512.

Collation:

112 24 (4 canc.) 312 (+ 1) 412 518 612 710 810 (1 canc.) 98 106

(1 canc.) 1114 (14 canc.) 1212 (+ 1) 1312 1410 158-178 18? (1 left) 1910 (wants 10).

Contents:

1. Apparatus Iohannis (Andreae) super Sextum . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . f. I

Fundamenta conclus … cardinalis in uerciculo ecclesia. Ecclesia est duas habens.

Ends f. 137 : temerarius violator hoc libro.

Expl. apparatus VI libri decretalium compositus et glosatus per venerabilem

dominum Johannem Monachi tituli sanctorum Marcellini et Petri presbiteri cardinalis

a.d. millesimo cc. xcviiio.

Istud reportorium fuit datum per d. thomam chillindene venerabilem doctorem in

decretis monachi ecclesie Christi cantuarie a. d. millesimo ccc. lxxxiiiio.

2. Table in double columns with prologue

quum omnes materias.

Imperfect, ending in letter q. Then follows a fragment of a similar table.

© N.J.R. James