Canonical Collections of the Early Middle Ages (ca. 400-1140): A Bibliographical Guide to the Manuscripts and Literature

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CUA Press, 1999 - Religion - 311 pages
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Contains a bibliographical survey of the chronological and systematic canonical collections in the Latin West from the beginnings of Christianity to Gratian's Decretum (ca. 1140). Dr. Kéry not only has compiled a catalogue of early medieval canonistic manuscripts, but has included valuable information about them. For each collection she has described its type and contents, the time and place of compilation, and, when, possible, its author. Full bibliographies have been provided for each collection, arranged in chronological order. Scholars will find her work particularly useful since she has also noted where scholars have differed and where their opinions may be found. Special attention has been paid to the numerous recensions of the collections. She has given a separate entry for important recensions and has lists of fragments and abbreviated forms of the collections.
 

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Contents

Late Antique and Early Medieval Collections
1
Carolingian and PostCarolingian Collections
87
PseudoIsidorus Mercator Decretales
100
PseudoIsidorus Capitula Angilramni
114
Benedictus Levita Collectio capitularium
117
Collectio Anselmo dedicata
124
Burchard of Worms Decretum
133
Collectio duodecim partium
155
part In Collections of the Gregorian Reform Period
203
librorum
210
titulorum
216
librorum Berlin Savigny 3
226
Atto of San Marco Breviarium
233
Collectio Lanfranci
239
Ivo of Chartres Decretum
250
Collectio Caesaraugustana
260

Collections of Local Importance
161
titulorum
167
The Additiones to the Capitula of Isaac of Langres
174
The Argrim Dossier Paris lat 2449 etc
180
capitulorum Troyes 1979
186
Polycarpus Collectio canonum
266
Index of Manuscripts
297
Index of Collections
309
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