The compilation 'notitia dignitatum'
(C n d)
was the compilation of lists and 89 pictures that began with the list item notitia dignitatum omnium tam civilium quam militarium in partibus orientis and ended with the list item ceteri praesides ad similitudinem praesidis dalmatiae officium habent and was written in a script not used before the 8thC and occupied 164 pages in the codex Σ that existed in Speyer at least between 1426/7-1550/51

Edition - Sections
1 The Cnd (definitions & summary) 4 Transcripts of all primary copies (sample)
2 Format, Numeration & Annotations 5 Concordance of numeration in editions
3 Edition (constructed composite copy of the Cnd) (draft sample) . ...
Edition - Indexes
1 Words 4 Military units
2 Sentences & selected phrases 5 Western comitatenses units
3 Place names 6 Officia in civil & military agencies
Appendices
1 Copies of the Cnd 10 Masters of soldiers
2 Cambridge fragments 11 Diocese Illyricum
3 Speyer codex Σ & miscellany with the Cnd (excerpt) 12 Gallic dioceses
4 Speyer archives & the codex Σ 13 Original compilation Ω
5 Augsburg fragment 14 Dignities & dignitaries
6 Sources of the Cnd and their transformation 15 Emperors & dioceses (337-582)
7 Decorated stands 16 Map - the Roman state in the Cnd
8 Rectangular emblems 17 Numerations & Formats in the 19thC editions
9 Shield emblems & Extra Latin imperial laws & letters
Bibliography
1 Copies: manuscript (post-1426) & printed (to 1552) 6 Bibliography 1976-2000
2 Editions & Translations 7 Bibliography 2001-2010
3 Bibliography 1801-1900 8 Bibliography 2011-2020
4 Bibliography 1901-1950 9 ...
5 Bibliography 1951-1975 10 ...

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