A catalogue of Western manuscripts at the Bodleian Libraries and selected Oxford colleges

MS. Lat. misc. c. 58

Summary Catalogue no.: Not in SC (late accession)


Ludovicus de Curtosiis, Tabula utriusque iuris

Alphabetical subject index (A - 9 (=con)) to the Civil and Canon Law, finished in 1398; cf. (cf. J. F. von Schulte Gesch. d. canon. Rechts II, pp.394, 5)

Incipit: (prologue) Curiose corpus iuris discurrens
Incipit: (text) A et ab et usque preposiciones
Explicit: Convictus quot modis quis dicatur nota Cy [num] c. ad 1. iull[iam] maiestatis iiiI. Mei Ludoyci de Cortoxiis Juris utriusque doctoris Paduani Civis Repertorium Explicit. Ceptum in mº cccº lxxviiiiº Completumque mº cccº xcº viiiº … scriptorum stilo concludam.
Rubric: In isto libro continetur Reportatorium corthosii(fol. 1, same hand as the text)
Language(s): Latin

Physical Description

Secundo Folio: s.c. summa
Form: codex
Support: Paper. Watermark: griffin cf. Briquet 7453–5
Extent: i + 147 leaves
Dimensions (leaf): 330 × 240 mm.
Dimensions (written): 220 × 155 mm.


1(12)–21(12), 12(16) (wants 1) Catchwords.


2 cols., 50 lines


Initials in German style. Italian script. (Pächt and Alexander i. 152)

Crudely illuminated and flourished initials at the beginnings of sections, the rest plain red and blue


modern vellum bindings but medieval patterns on the edges of the leaves.


Origin: 15th century, beginning ; Italian (?)

Provenance and Acquisition

‘Iste liber est fratrum Monasterii sancti Albani prope Treverim ord. Carthusien.’ 15th cent. (fol. 1)

Sir Thomas Phillipps (1792–1872), MS. 23024

Bought 1936.

Record Sources

Typescript description by Bodleian library staff, revised by Peter Kidd, late 1990s.

Last Substantive Revision

2017-07-01: First online publication.