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Barzi, Benedetto, and Angelo Gambiglioni, Rubricae. Manuscript (Ms 8)
Codex Ms 8
1 volume, 32 x 22 cm.
Special Collections Research Center
Notes taken by a law student, possibly in Ferrara, Italy. Text in Latin. Codex Ms 8.
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Apparently lecture notes taken by a law student, perhaps in Ferrara, where both authors taught. The subdivisions of the text are:
Benedetto Barzi, Rubricae super libro VI codicis Iustiniani.
Angelo Gambiglioni, Rubricae super libro XXX digestorum Iustiniani: de legatis et fideicomissis, ff. 122r-179r.
Angelo Gambiglioni, Rubricae super libro XXXVI cap. I digestorum Iustiniani: ad senatus consultum Trebellianum, ff. 188r-238r.
Codex Ms 8