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Report No. a014

Abbreviatio Compilationis Romanae ‘Incipit de summa trinitate et fide catholica’

 

Alternative Names

 

Biography/Description

An abbreviation of the collection of Innocent III’s decretals by Bernardus Compostellanus (Antiquus).

 

Text(s)

 
No. 1

Abbreviatio Decreti ‘Quoniam egestas’.

 

Text(s) – Manuscripts

No. 1

Abbreviatio Decreti ‘Quoniam egestas’.

 
Manuscript

Without Prologue

 
 

Leipzig, Universitätsbibl. 1012 (part I only)

 
 

Oxford, New Coll. 220

 
 

Paris, BN lat. 15001, fol. 127–238v

 
 

With Prologue

 
 

Praha, Metropolitní Kapitula I.LXXIV, fol. 10–107v

 
 

Sankt Gallen, Stiftsbibl. 711

 
 

Vorau, Stiftsbibl. 184

 
 

Worcester, Cath. Libr. Q.43 (ends at C.26 q.6 c.12)

 

Literature

R. Weigand, ‘The Transmontane Decretists’, in The History of Medieval Canon Law in the Classical Period, 1140–1234: From Gratian to the Decretals of Pope Gregory IX, W. Hartmann and K. Pennington, ed. (History of Medieval Canon Law 6; Washington DC 2008) 176–77.

R. Weigand, ‘Die Dekretalabbreviatio “Quoniam egestas” und ihre Glossen’, in Fides et ius . . . Georg May (Regensburg 1991) 249–65.

A. Gouron, ‘La science juridique française aux Xie et XIIe siècles: Diffusions du droit de Justinien et influences canonique jusqu’à Gratien’, in Études sur la diffusion des doctrines juridiques médiévales (London 1987) 42–44, 76–77.

S. Kuttner, ‘The “Extravagantes” of the Decretum in Biberbach’, BMCL 3 (1973) 67.

S. Kuttner, Repertorium 263–64.