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The History Of Doat 25–26

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This chapter is devoted to the history of the text. Doat 25-26 are important above all because of the light they cast on inquisition and heresy. The first section of this chapter describes the milieu within which the original parchment book was first produced and kept, the depot of books and records of the Dominican inquisitors in Toulouse. The second section puts together what we know about the original register from early fourteenth century evidence, while the third section examines testimony from Toulouse in the seventeenth century about the original register, at a period when it was still extant. The fourth section describes the Doat commission and its copying of the register in 1669. The final section turns away from the original register and follows its Doat copy, looking at the history of the location of Doat 25-26 in libraries and their use by modern scholars.

Keywords: Doat 25-26; Dominican; Toulouse



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