The Vienna Hispana Codex is presumably written in East France near the Rhineland, to judge by the script. This manuscript of canons is textually allied to that written in 788 for Bishop Rachio of Strasbourg and lost by fire in 1870 (C.L.A., VI. 835). Bound in 1527 at the expense of Johannes Marquardus (cf. fol. I). It bore the number 281 in the Ambras collection which was incorporated in the Vienna Palatine Library in 1665. The content: fol. 1r-202v: Canones Conciliorum, usque ad Concilium Hispalense secundum; fol. 202v-312v: Decretalia Pontificum usque ad Hormisdam, Virgilium et Gregorium; fol. 312v-313v: De valore numerico literarum graecarum.
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Graz: Akademische Druck- u. Verlagsanstalt (ADEVA), 1974
- Commentary (German) by Mazal, Otto
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