Online Texts

We intend to publish online transcriptions of various medieval legal texts which play an important role in the research being undertaken as part of the Civil Law, Common Law, Customary Law project.

To date, we have uploaded:

A mnemonic poem concerning the contents of the Decretum, which may be accessed here.

Iudicium est actus trium personarum, as found in Oxford St John’s College 178, which may be accessed here.

The Earliest Treatise within the Materials Comprising the So-Called Très Ancien Coutumier of Normandyas found in Vatican Library ms. Ott. Lat. 2964, which may be accessed here.

The vulgata version of the Libri Feudorum, which may be accessed here.

Pseudo Revigny ‘Summa feudorum’ Parma Biblioteca Palatina, ms. Parm. 1227, which may be accessed here.

The so-called ‘Summula de presumptionibus’, as found in the ms. Vatican, BAV, Pal. lat. 653, which may be accessed here. A translation of the Summula based on its planned edition may be accessed here.

The text of the English legal treatise known as Glanvill found in Oxford, Balliol College MS. 350, which may be accessed here.