Description of Free Library of Philadelphia, Lewis E 77: Decretals with Glossa ordinaria of bernardo da parmacontributorDiane BiunnocatalogerAmey HutchinsCouncil on Library and Information ResourcesFree Library of PhiladelphiaThese images and the content of Free Library of Philadelphia, Lewis E 77: Decretals with Glossa ordinaria of bernardo da parma are free of known copyright restrictions and in the public domain. See the Creative Commons Public Domain Mark page for usage details, http://creativecommons.org/publicdomain/mark/1.0/.To the extent possible under law, Free Library of Philadelphia, Special Collections has waived all copyright and related or neighboring rights to this metadata about Free Library of Philadelphia Lewis E 77: Decretals with Glossa ordinaria of bernardo da parma. This work is published from: United States. For a summary of CC0, see https://creativecommons.org/publicdomain/zero/1.0/. Legal code: https://creativecommons.org/publicdomain/zero/1.0/legalcode.End flyleaf is paper, probably seventeenth centuryDe Ricci, Seymour, with the assistance of W. J. Wilson, Census of Medieval and Renaissance Manuscripts in the United States and Canada, vol. 2 (New York,: H. W. Wilson, 1935-40), p. 2054, no. 158.Free Library of Philadelphia, A Descriptive Catalogue of the John Frederick Lewis Collection of European Manuscripts in the Free Library of Philadelphia, compiled by Edwin Wolf, 2nd, with an introduction by Dr. A.S.W. Rosenbach (Philadelphia: The Free Library, 1937), p.84, no. 77.United StatesPhiladelphiaFree Library of PhiladelphiaJohn Frederick Lewis Collection of European ManuscriptsLewis E 77https://know.freelibrary.org/Record/1641470158This manuscript is an early fourteenth-century copy of the Decretales of Pope Gregory IX, compiled by Raymond of Peñafort in the second quarter of the thirteenth century, glossed with the mid-thirteenth-century commentary of Bernardo da Parma, also known as Bernardo Bottoni. Copied in France, it is written in the littera bononiensis typical of these manuscripts. On each page, the Decretales text is written in a larger script in two columns in the center, surrounded by the commentary, also written in two columns, in a smaller glossing script. The Decretales are arranged in five books, with a small illumination and a large illuminated letter marking the beginning of each book division; smaller decorated initials, manicules, and annotations appear throughout the manuscript. The Decretales are followed by an almost-complete copy of Ubi periculum (lacking the ending), a papal bull issued by Gregory X in 1274 (fols. 295r-296v).LatinDecretals with Glossa ordinaria of bernardo da parmaCatholic ChurchRaymond, of Peñafort, Saint, 1175?-1275Bottoni, Bernardo, -1266Gregory X, Pope, -1276former ownerLewis, John Frederick, 1860-1932former ownerLewis, Anne Baker1rLegal notes1vIndex2rLegal notes2v[Commentary]3rLiber I, De judice74rLiber II, De iudiciis137rLiber III, De vita et honestate clericorum201vLiber IV, De sponsalibus et matrimoniis224rLiber V, De actionibus et inquisitionibus et denunciatoribus295rGregory X, Ubi periculum (partial)Ubi p[er]iculum maius inte[n]ditur p[ro]cul dubio plenius e[st] consulend[um] ... [fol. 295r]...sic efficiat eor[um]d[um] cardinaliu[m] corda in eligendo [con]cordia q[uo]d p[ro]visio cel[er] [con]cor[s]. [fol. 296v]

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296+i; 432 x 270 mm bound to 445 x 280 mmFoliation in ink, upper right recto

1 (2), 2-25 (12), 26 (6)

Horizontal catchwords enclosed in simple boxes, lower right last verso, visible or trimmed and partly visible on about half the quires (fols. 14v, 26v, 38v, 50v, 74v, 86v, 98v, 110v, 122v, 146v, 194v, 206v, 230v, 290v)

Primary text written in two columns of twenty-four to forty-four lines, 235 x 135 mm, ruled in lead; commentary text written in two columns of up to 118 lines surrounding the primary text, maximum written area 405 x 250 mm, ruled in lead with vertical bounding lines; blank spaces in commentary columns are frequently left unruled; extensive Latin annotation in margins and interlineallyLittera bononiensisLarge miniature (eight to ten lines in height) decorates the opening of each of the five book divisions, with a large illuminated initial (six to eight lines in height) with extensions beginning the text block below (fols. 3r, 74r, 137r, 201v, and 224r); each chapter heading is additionally decorated with a smaller illuminated initial; Illuminated initials with foliate extensions mark the opening of chapters; subheadings are set off by blue initials with red flourishing in the main text and alternating blue and red flourished initials in the commentary; paragraph markers alternate blue and red; lemmata are frequently underlined in yellow; running heads for the book numbers in red and blue appear mostly in the upper recto margins, except where trimmed off, and occasionally in the lower margins; manicules throughout; Ubi periculum (fols. 295-296) shows minimal decoration3rMiniature, Gregory IX holding the Decretals, with two Dominicans3rIlluminated initial P3rIlluminated initial G4vIlluminated initial E6rIlluminated initial S12vIlluminated initial C14rIlluminated initial A15vIlluminated initial N30rIlluminated initial C31vIlluminated initial C32vIlluminated initial L36vIlluminated initial S37rIlluminated initial S38vIlluminated initial C39rIlluminated initial R39rIlluminated initial U41vIlluminated initial C43rIlluminated initial P43rIlluminated initial U44vIlluminated initial I45rIlluminated initial M45vIlluminated initial D46rIlluminated initial U46vIlluminated initial P47rIlluminated initial U48vIlluminated initial U49rIlluminated initial U49rIlluminated initial 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S110rIlluminated initial E114vIlluminated initial D118rIlluminated initial P121rIlluminated initial S125rIlluminated initial D134vIlluminated initial A134vIlluminated initial S137rMiniature, Cistercian monk at an altar with another Cistercian and a Franciscan in attendance137rIlluminated initial U137vIlluminated initial L138vIlluminated initial S141rIlluminated initial Q142rIlluminated initial U146vIlluminated initial A147vIlluminated initial Q148rIlluminated initial N150vIlluminated initial N152rIlluminated initial I152vIlluminated initial U153rIlluminated initial A153vIlluminated initial N154vIlluminated initial P154vIlluminated initial A154vIlluminated initial O155vIlluminated initial E156rIlluminated initial P157rIlluminated initial P157rIlluminated initial S157vIlluminated initial N158rIlluminated initial I158vIlluminated initial A159vIlluminated initial P160rIlluminated initial H162rIlluminated initial I162rIlluminated initial Q164vIlluminated initial E166rIlluminated initial 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Seventeenth-century sprinkled calf, gilt spine, two modern clasps; stamped in gold on spine: DECRETALI GREGORII IX CVM GLOSSIS. MANVSCRIT; spine damaged and fragile

Early 14th century

FranceJohn Frederick Lewis, Philadelphia; given by his widow, Anne Baker Lewis, to the Free Library of Philadelphia in 1936; on the inside of the front cover is written, "German, late 13th century," "Gregorius IX Papal Decretorium libri cum glossa. 13 Jhar," and "M.3."Book TypeAccountsAntiphonaryArmorialBibleBiographyBook of HoursBreviaryChronicleCollection of SermonsCommentaryDocumentDogaleFriendship bookGenealogyGlossaryGospel LectionaryGospelsGradualHaggadahHomilaryHorologionHymnalKoranLectionaryMass bookMiscellanyMissalPontificalPortolan chartPrayer bookPrivate devotional textProcessionalProtective scrollPsalterPsalter-HoursQur`anRecipe bookSaint's LifeScribal manualTorahTreatiseCentury6th century7th century8th century9th century10th century11th century12th century13th century14th century15th century16th century17th century18th century19th century20th centuryCultureAbbasidArabicArmenianAshkenaziAustrianByzantineCarolingianChineseChristianCopticDutchEgyptianEnglishEthiopianFatimidFlemishFrenchGermanIndianIslamicItalianJewishMamlukMughalOttomanOttonianPersianPortugueseQajarRajputRussianSafavidSephardiSpanishTimuridTurkishYemeniteDescriptive termAccordion bookAlbumAnnotatedBindingCalligraphyCaroline minusculeChartCharterColophonDamageDiagramsDrawingEarly Abbasid scriptFragmentGlossGothicGothic book handGrisailleGrotesquesHeadpieceHeraldryHistoriated initialHumanisticIlluminationIllustrationInhabited initialKuficManiculesMedallionMicrographyMiniatureMissing leavesMusical notationNew Abbasid styleNotable bindingOriginal bindingOrnamentPaintingPalimpsestPaperPenwork initialPuzzle initialRaginiRomanesqueScrapbookScrollScroll-work initialSealsTablesTexturaTreasure bindingWatermarkWhite-vine letteringWoodcutsGeographyAfghanistanArmeniaAustriaBelgiumCentral Arab lands (Near East)Central AsiaChinaEgyptEnglandEthiopiaFlandersFranceGermanyGreeceIndiaIranIraqIsraelItalyMaghrebMoroccoNetherlandsPakistanPortugalRomaniaRussiaSpainSub-Saharan (West) AfricaTurkeyYemenOtherAlchemyAllegoryAstrologyAstronomyBiblicalCartographyChurch FathersCosmologyDevotionFinancial recordsFortune-tellingFriendshipGamesGeographyGeomancyGrammarHistoryKabbalahLegalLiterature -- PoetryLiterature -- ProseLiturgyLogicMagicMaritimeMathematicsMineralogyPhilosophyPiyutimResponsaScienceScience -- MedicineScriptureSufismTheologyLegalCommentary14th centuryFrenchIlluminationManiculesFrance