Pillius, de Medicina († 1207)
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 four-part manuscript was written primarily in the second half of the 13th century or in the first half of the 14th century in Italy and perhaps partly in France. It preserves the Tres libri Codicis (Books 10–12 of the Codex Justinianus) including the glosses, the Libri feudorum, the corresponding Glossa ordinaria , as well as other lesser writings. Particularly valuable are the pre-Accursian glosses to the Tres libri Codicis, which have been preserved partly in their original form. The manuscript came to the Abbey Library at the latest in the 16th century via the St. Gall citizen Johannes Widembach († around 1456).
Online Since: 12/18/2014
- Accursius, Franciscus Senior (Author) | Arx, Ildefons von (Librarian) | Pater Pius Kolb (Librarian) | Pillius, de Medicina (Author) Found in: Standard description
- Accursius, Franciscus Senior (Author) | Arx, Ildefons von (Librarian) | Pater Pius Kolb (Librarian) | Pillius, de Medicina (Author) Found in: Additional description