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Papal formulary (f. 8r-79r), with a table of rubrics (f. 1r-7v), followed by the text of another formulary, Forme romane curie ... super casibus penitentie, of Thomas of Capua (f. 80v-104r), with 179 entries and a table of rubrics (f. 79v-80v), with rubrics and entries marked with corresponding roman numerals. The author is identified in the opening rubric of the second formulary (f. 80v).

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Catholic Church, Curia Romana, Catholic Church -- Discipline, Catholic Church, Discipline, Confession -- Early works to 1800, Confession, Penance -- Early works to 1800, Penance, Codices, Manuscripts Medieval, Manuscripts Latin


History of Religion | Medieval Studies


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Collation Model for Ms. Codex 64: Forme romane curie super beneficiis et questionibus... [etc.]