Decoration: initials of the names of authorities are 2- and 3-line blue capitals with red penwork; the initials of the first word of each section are 1-line red capitals; 1-line initials within the text are in black; rubrics are written in red in the same script as the text; paragraph marks are either red, blue, or black; punctuated with the punctus; hyphenation is in the same ink as the text. Script: written in a rounded gothic script (littera textualis); later marginal and interlinear notes. The fragment was used as part of a wrapper for another volume.
Manuscript fragment on parchment of Justinian's Digesta with the glossa ordinaria commentary of Accursius.
Law, Medieval. Law, Roman--Early works to 1800. Manuscripts, Medieval--Connecticut--New Haven. Medieval and Renaissance Manuscript Fragments in Beinecke Library. Medieval and Renaissance Manuscripts in Beinecke Library.
Justinian--I,--Emperor of the East,--483?-565.
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Beinecke MS 482.99
General Collection, BRBL, Yale University
Justinian, Digesta with glossa ordinaria of Accursius (fragment). General Collection, Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library, Yale University.
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