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Ms. Codex 1658 Apparatus ad acta publica.
TitleApparatus ad acta publica.
Other related names
- Cassuto, Alfonso, 1910-1990, former owner
Call numberMs. Codex 1658
(Philadelphia, Rare Book & Manuscript Library, University of Pennsylvania)
- bibid: 9963387463503681
PublisherThe University of Pennsylvania Libraries
- circa 1768
First volume of a list of ecclesiastical decrees by subject, with entries arranged in alphabetical sections based on a subject keyword at the beginning of each entry, through the letter L. Geographical names in the entries and multiple references to acatholici and articularia loca localize the decrees to Hungary, where the religious observances of Protestants (acatholici) were restricted to designated sites (articularia loca, also referred to as loci articulati). Other religious subjects of decrees include apostasy, baptism, bigamy, blasphemy, books, dioceses, feast days, Franciscans, the Greek Rite, heresy, Jews, and oaths. A section of blank leaves follows each alphabetical section, and an appendix for additional decrees, written in a second hand, follows most alphabetical sections.
- Ms. codex.
- Title from spine title.
Extent325 leaves : 360 x 225 (331 x 207) mm. bound to 365 x 245 mm
FoliationPaper, iii + 325 leaves; 1-31, 32-46 (blank but paginated), [i-xlviii (blank)], 47-52, 53-66 (blank but paginated), [i-xxxii (blank)], 67-108, 109-120 (blank but paginated), 121-123, 124-126 (blank but paginated), [i-xxxvi (blank)], 127-150, 151-174 (blank but paginated), [i-iv (blank), v-vi, vii-xxx (blank)], 175-189, 190-206 (blank but paginated), [i-viii (blank), ix-x, xi-xx (blank)], 207-221, 222-238 (blank but paginated), [i-vi (blank), vii-viii, ix-xx (blank)], 239-252, 253-272 (blank but paginated), [i-xx (blank)], 273-278, 279-288 (blank but paginated), [i-xxxii], 289-302, 307-308, 309-320 (blank but paginated), [i-xvi (blank), xvii, xviii-xxviii (blank)], 321, 322-324 (blank but paginated), [i-xxxvi (blank)], 325-340, 341-351 (blank but paginated; last leaf glued to endpaper); early foliation in ink, upper outer corners. Catchword on each page, lower right corner. The manuscript seems to have signatures, A-A5 through Z-Z5, but they are unevenly spaced, usually with two or three leaves between the fifth leaf of one letter and the first of the next, and not accounting for the sections of blank leaves between letter sections.
BindingContemporary (18th-century) mottled calf with probably Hungarian crest gilt stamped on upper cover, gilt spine.
- Formerly owned by antiquarian bookdealer and collector Alfonso Cassuto (Lisbon).
- Ecclesiastical law--Hungary
- Manuscripts, Latin--18th century
- Manuscripts, European
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