By Peter W. Edbury, Giovanni
It is a new severe variation of the criminal treatise by means of John of Ibelin, count number of Jaffa and Ascalon (died 1266). John used to be a number one mogul within the Latin East, and his first-hand event of the courts intended that he used to be well-placed to write down authoritatively on his topic. His paintings is in French and describes intimately the approaches of the excessive court docket of the dominion of Jerusalem, and the legislations as administered there.
The treatise has lengthy been well-known as being of basic significance for the criminal, institutional and social historical past of the Latin settlements within the Levant, and this can be the 1st version take into consideration the entire surviving medieval manuscripts and the 1st to be released due to the fact 1841.
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Ii. i. home en son leuc a estre en governeor et justisier, lequel est apelé ‘visconte’. Et establi a estre juges de la haute court ses homes chevaliers, qui li estoient tenus de foi par l’omage26 que il li avoient fait, et de la cort de la borgesie, borgeis de la dite cité des plus loiaus et des plus sages, qui en la dite cité fucent. ii. cours seculiers: l’une (V: l’une ci est) la haute court, de quei (B rubrics fol. 17r: dont) il fu gouverneor et justisier, et l’autre (V: ci est) la court de la borgesie, (de la borgesie] V: des borges) laquel est apelee la court dou visconte.
Similarly V frequently has gu for g in, for example, guarder and esguart. A and B normally have garder and esgart; C sometimes has guarder, and O goes its own way with guoverner and guarnisse. In a few instances MS B has a c cedilla. Some examples come where we would expect to ﬁnd them in modern French: reçoive (fol. 182v), reçoit (fol. 187r), façon (fol. 190r)—but others do not: reçevoir, reçeoit (both fol. 187r). Consistency is not a feature. Take for example the oi and ei diphthongs. A almost always has deit whereas B and V regularly have doit, and C and O usually have doit.
418–19) pp. 368–70) pp. 419–22) pp. 373–4) pp. 374–5) p. 375) pp. 376–7) pp. 3 RHC 267 268 269(pt) 269(ct) 270 271(pt) 271(ct) 272 273 x x A 267 268 269(pt) 269(ct) 270 271(pt) 271(ct) 272 273 x B 278 279 280(pt) 280/1 282 283(pt) 283(ct) 284 264 C x x x x x x x x O x x x x x x x x 33 V 321 322 323(pt) 323(ct) 324 325 326/329 330 280 (RHC Lois, 2, pp. 397–401) (RHC Lois, 1, pp. 431–2) 34 6. S C Now that the extent of the later additions and alterations to the text have been identiﬁed, it is possible to return to the most primitive form of the text—that preserved in MSS C and O—to analyse its structure and content.