Medieval Charter. Manuscript on Parchment, Late 13th to Early 14th Century
Medieval Charter. Manuscript on Parchment, Late 13th to Early 14th Century
Medieval Charter. Manuscript on Parchment, Late 13th to Early 14th Century
Medieval Charter. Manuscript on Parchment, Late 13th to Early 14th Century
Medieval Charter. Manuscript on Parchment, Late 13th to Early 14th Century
Medieval Charter. Manuscript on Parchment, Late 13th to Early 14th Century
Medieval Charter. Manuscript on Parchment, Late 13th to Early 14th Century
Medieval Charter. Manuscript on Parchment, Late 13th to Early 14th Century
Medieval Charter. Manuscript on Parchment, Late 13th to Early 14th Century
Medieval Charter. Manuscript on Parchment, Late 13th to Early 14th Century
Medieval Charter. Manuscript on Parchment, Late 13th to Early 14th Century
Medieval Charter. Manuscript on Parchment, Late 13th to Early 14th Century
Medieval Charter. Manuscript on Parchment, Late 13th to Early 14th Century

Medieval Charter. Manuscript on Parchment, Late 13th to Early 14th Century

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Title: Medieval Charter. Manuscript on Parchment, Late 13th to Early 14th Century
Condition: Fair

A Latin medieval charter, handwritten on parchment, hailing from the Spanish island of Mallorca. More specifically, a deed of purchase, as noted by the line, "vendimus et titulo venditionis cedimus". The parties involved are one Bertomeu (Bartholomeu), and Jacob (Jaume). The location of Alqueria is mentioned, now known as S'Alqueria Blanca.

The signum has been crudely extracted, unfortunately removing the text of the date of writ as well. The script places this charter as having been produced in the late 13th century, or the early 14th century.

This charter has been written in a 49 line format.

Interestingly, this charter was extracted from the binding of an incunable, as can be seen with the right side margins cut sharply.

One manuscript on parchment, 41 x 50 cm

This manuscript is in fair shape, with old tears and small holes developed in the manuscript, as well as staining, all of which has obscured some lettering. The unaffected text is still legible and relatively easy to discern.