Title: Institutiones Iuris Canonici: Manuscript of Canon Law, 1631?
An anonymous early 17th century manuscript of canon law written in Latin, in a fine script, dealing with the various Institutiones Iuris Canonici, or Institutes of Canon Law. Institutes include De Rerum Divisione, De Arbitis, De Probationibus, and more.
One vellum bound manuscript in quarto, 129+(10) leaves
This manuscript is in good shape, with rubbing and wear to the binding, and parts of the vellum lacking to both covers at the top. The blanks at the front and rear are worn and torn. The bottom right corner of the leaf numbered 73 is lacking, with some text loss. A leaf preceding the one numbered 80 seems to have been clearly excised. There is some foxing and minor ink staining throughout.