Canonical Collections of the Early Middle Ages (Ca. 400-1400) Paperback

A Bibliographical Guide to the Manuscripts and Literature

by Lotte Kery;


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Canonical Collections of the Early Middle Ages (Ca. 400-1400)

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In this first volume of the History of Medieval Canon Law series, Lotte Kery presents a bibliographical survey of the chronological and systematic canonical collections in the Latin West from the beginnings of Christianity to Gratian's Decretum. Divided into three large chronological periods - Early Medieval, Carolingian, and Gregorian Reform - the book includes a catalogue of early medieval canonistic manuscripts and valuable information about them. For each collection, Kery has described its type and contents, the time and place of compilation, and when possible, its author. In addition, full bibliographies have been provided for each collection.

Canonical Collections of the Early Middle Ages (Ca. 400-1400) by Lotte Kery was published by The Catholic University of America Press in October 2014. The ISBN for Canonical Collections of the Early Middle Ages (Ca. 400-1400) is 9780813221908.

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Page last updated 19th November 2016
Author / Artist
Book FormatPaperback
PublisherThe Catholic University of America Press (October 2014)
Weight535g
Number of Pages311
Thickness20 mm
Height210 mm
Width133 mm
ISBN9780813221908
ISBN-100813221900
Product Code4319363
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