Otto, Papiensis (floruit s. XII)
This composite manuscript contains legal texts, mainly from the period before Accursius (first half of the 13th century): the Dissensiones and the Insolubilia by Hugolinus de Presbyteris; the Quaestiones by Pillius de Medicina, by Azo, by Roffredus Beneventanus and others of uncertain attribution; the Libellus de iure civili, the Tractatus de bonorum possessione and the rare Tractatus de pugna by Roffredus Beneventanus; the Tractatus de reprobatione instrumentorum and the Summa arboris actionum by Pontius de Ilerda; several lecturae about titles and fragments of the Digestum Novum; the Brocarda by Azo; the Summula de testibus by Albericus de Porta Ravennate; an anonymous Tractatus de testibus; the Libellus disputatorius by Pillius de Medicina; fragments of the Notabilia about the Decretum by Gratian and about the Corpus iuris civilis; the ordo iudiciorum ‘Olim'; a part of the Catalogus praescriptionum, for a certain time attributed to Rogerius, and the ordo iudiciorum ‘Quicumque vult' by Johannes Bassianus.
Online Since: 06/23/2016
- Albericus, de Porta Ravennate (Author) | Azo, Porcius (Author) | Bandinus, magister (Author) | Gratianus, de Clusio (Author) | Hugolinus, de Presbyteris (Author) | Johannes, Bassianus (Author) | Otto, Papiensis (Author) | Pillius, de Medicina (Author) | Pontius, de Ilerda (Author) | Rodoicus, Modicipassus (Author) | Roffredus, de Epiphanio (Author) | Tancredus, Bononiensis (Author) Found in: Standard description
This 13th century manuscript is of unknown origin. It contains (front pastedown-p. 185) an abridged version of Wernher von Schussenried's Decretum Gratiani from 1207, followed by two ordines iudiciarii, i.e. writings on the Roman-canonical process, which were produced in the last quarter of the 12th century by the two Englishmen Richard de Mores (pp. 186-271) and Rodoicus Modicipassus (formerly attributed to an Otto Papiensis; pp. 276-380). In the margins of the abridged version of the Decretum Gratiani (front pastedown-p. 35), the influential 1216 Ordo iudiciarius by the jurist Tancred of Bologna was added as a third procedural document, but was left incomplete.
Online Since: 06/18/2020
- Arx, Ildefons von (Librarian) | Otto, Papiensis (Author) | Pater Pius Kolb (Librarian) | Richardus, de Wendover (Author) | Tancredus, Bononiensis (Author) | Wernerus, Sorotensis (Author) Found in: Standard description
- Arx, Ildefons von (Librarian) | Otto, Papiensis (Author) | Pater Pius Kolb (Librarian) | Richardus, de Wendover (Author) | Tancredus, Bononiensis (Author) | Wernerus, Sorotensis (Author) Found in: Additional description