Prefaces to Canon Law Books in Latin Christianity: Selected Translations, 500-1245
In a historical introduction to each period, Robert Somerville and Bruce C. Brasington discuss major developments in canon law and the individual prefaces, their authors and settings, and their sources and major themes. Early documents reflect the world of the monastic and cathedral school, when compilers attempted to fashion collections of laws that were both faithful to older tradition and suitable for the needs of their local churches.
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LATE ANTIQUITY AND THE EARLY MIDDLE AGES
The False Capitularies of Benedict the Deacon
The Two Books concerning Synodal Investigations
The Breviary of Cardinal Atto of St Marks
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