Canon and civil law notebook
Scope and Contents
Notes on canon and civil law, mostly abridgements of pre-Reformation texts, especially Justinian's Institutes, with references to English statutes up to 1548. It is written in a single hand throughout, in Latin with some English. There is a fragment of a fifteenth-century medical tract on the guards of the volume. There are also ownership inscriptions in pencil, 'John Fowler his booke 1649' and 'William Fowler his booke'. 175 folios.
- 1600 (Circa)
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1 volume(s) (1 volume)
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Immediate Source of Acquisition
Fo.175, ownership inscriptions in pencil, 'John Fowler his booke 1649', 'William Fowler his booke' [children?]. Purchased by the Library in 1995.
Contemporary calf binding, blind stamped front and back with an oval motif, holes for [leather?] ties.
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