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Two unbound quires from a work dealing with a section of canon law, with Mandagot's own gloss on his work and some details relating to the church at Toulouse, where the author was provost for a time.

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Election law (Canon law), Canon law -- Early works to 1800, Canon law, Election law (Canon law) -- Early works to 1800, Toulouse (France) -- Church history, Codices, Commentaries, Illuminations, Manuscripts Latin, Manuscripts Medieval


Law | Medieval Studies


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Collation Model for Ms. Codex 729: [Libellus super electionibus faciendis et earum ordinandis].