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Report No. a423

Quaestiones Cusanae I

ante 1191


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Contain a series of quaestiones on marriage, of which three are singed by Bazianus. It is likely that several others also had been disputed at his school. As Fransen has shown, they were brought into their final shape before the appearance of Compilatio prima (1191). While Stickler believed that the work cited decretals after Compilatio prima, Fransen concluded that all of the references point to an earlier decretal collection called Bambergensis (c.1185).



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Quaestiones Cusanae I.


Text(s) – Manuscripts

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Quaestiones Cusanae I.


Bernkastel-Kues, Bibl. St. Nikolaus Hospitals 226, fol. 1rb–4ra


Text(s) – Modern Editions

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Quaestiones Cusanae I.

Modern Editions

Summary analysis by G. Fransen in ‘Les Questiones Cusanae: questions disputées sur le mariage’, Convivium utriusque ius: Alexander Dordett zum 60. Geburtstag (Wien 1976) 209–21.



G. Fransen, ‘Les Quaestiones Neapolitanae’, BMCL, 6 (1976) 43–46.

A. Stickler, ‘Decretistica Germanica adaucta’, Traditio, 12 (1956) 602–603.