SUMMARY: MS Bologna, Biblioteca Universitaria, 1736, is a composite manuscript collecting
four codicological units. The first one (ff. 1-48) offers Iulianus Pomerius, De vita contemplativa
(late 12th century), followed by a selection of texts connected with the Bologna school of law:
a series of canons on fast, rare constitutions of Frederick I Barbarossa, papal letters, the treatise
De arbitris et iudicibus of the famous jurist Bulgarus. Annotations and texts in verse are added
on the last flyleaf. The MS was in the library of the convent of San Domenico in Bologna
(founded in 1218) during the Middle Ages, and apparently since the early 13th century.