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5 leaves) ; 2 genealogical tables ; 24 x 18 cm. Manuscript on vellum (4 leaves) and paper (one paper singleton added at end). Text in two columns, circa 65 lines per page written in a late fifteenth-century hand, showing influence of humanist script; initials and paragraph-marks in red. Full-page illustrations of the arbor consanguinitatis and arbor affinitatis on leaves [2] verso and [3] recto. As a stylized tree, the roots of the arbor consanguinitatis are touched in brown wash, yellow branches, and red leaves. The arbor affinitatis is interconnected by a series of roundels beneath a black, red, and yellow wheel that surmounts a single arched yellow bar. Leaves [1], [3], and [5] rectos are blank.

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1477

Keywords

Consanguinity, Affinity, Canon law

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Circa lecturam arboris diversis olim diversum modum tenentibus

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