This bibliographical guide presents manuscripts and literature in canonical collections, arranged chronologically according to the Early Medieval, Carolingian and Gregorian Reform periods. Each collection is listed along with details on its type, contents, time and place of compilation and author (where known). Includes invaluable indices of manuscripts, libraries and collections for easy reference.
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Lotte Kery is an historian at the Leopold-Wenger-Institut in Munich.Review:
"This book will be an essential reference tool for scholars in this area of study." - American Reference Books Annual"An invaluable bibliographical guide, listing all the substantial collections before Gratian known to modern scholarship with an indication of the history of their publication, and of the widely scattered studies in which the essential material for their understanding is to be found." - Journal of Ecclesiastical History"An exemplary work of metascholarship, a comprehensive presentation of manuscript information derived from hundreds of books and articles written by European and American scholars over the last century. The information is well-presented: controversial issues under the various rubrics are supported with the evidence and citations to the bibliography... For scholars working in medieval canon law before Gratian, this will be an indispensable work." - The Medieval Review
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Descrizione libro Catholic University of America, 1999. Hardcover. Condizione libro: New. Codice libro della libreria P110813209188