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Ms. Codex 295 Canons of the Council of Trent, down to the 14th session
TitleCanons of the Council of Trent, down to the 14th session
- Albani, Antonius Albani, Antonius
Call numberMs. Codex 295
(Philadelphia, University of Pennsylvania, Rare Book & Manuscript Library)
- bibid: 1580907
PublisherThe University of Pennsylvania Libraries
LanguageFirst and last items in Italian; second item in Latin
Canons of the Council of Trent, from the first session in 1545 down through the 14th session in 1563 (p. 1-123, f. 123-149v). The text appears to be incomplete, breaking off in mid-sentence at the bottom of f. 149v. Also includes a tract on ordination (f. 179r-197r); and a Litany of the Virgin in ottava rima (f. 197v-202v; continued on f. 173v-174r).
- Ms. codex.
- Title supplied by cataloger.
- Spine label of modern slipcase: Concilio di Trento.
- Second work: title and incipit (f. 179r): Tractatus de Requisitis ad susceptione[m] ordina[tionem?] maj[orem?]. Ordo est signaculum quoddam, per q[uo]d sp[iritua]lis[?] potestas tradi[tur?] ordinato ...
- Third work: title and incipit (f. 197v): Litanie della Vergine M[ar]ia, composte in ottava Rima. Vergine eccelsa, che di stelle ardenti / Coronata nel'Ciel' trionfi[?], e siedi, / ...
- Pagination and foliation: Paper, 142; p. 1-90, 90-123, f. 123-150, 152-169, 172-202, contemporary pagination and foliation in ink, upper outer corner of paginated section, upper right recto of foliated section; 1-90, [91-278], modern pagination in pencil, upper outer corners.
Extent142 leaves : 203 x 130 (193 x 120) mm. bound to 221 x 149 mm
BindingContemporary vellum. Cover badly stained, worn and split, especially at edges and wrap-around flap. Paper board underlying vellum badly torn in wrap-around flap. Text comes right up to edges, especially outer edge of rectos, possibly due to trimming; some slight amount of text might have been lost. Various smudges and stains; the top edge of the leaves is stained through most of the manuscript. Some damage due to oxidation of ink. Folio 202 torn.
- Inscription: purchased by A.... [obliterated], Rome, 1 February 1752 (p. 1); soon after owned by Antonius Albani (inscription, p. 1).
- Accessioned, 1959.
- Catholic Church--Discipline
- Ordination--Catholic Church
- Spirituality--Catholic Church
- Manuscripts, Italian--17th century
- Manuscripts, Latin--17th century
- Manuscripts, European
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