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Report No. a513

Summa ‘Conditio ecclesiastice religionis’



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Consists of a commentary on pars secunda and tertia of Gratian’s work and is basically copied out of Rufinus’ Summa. This misled Schulte, who provided an edition of Rufinus (1892), as he believed, on the basis of this Summa. The excerpts were written either before the appearance of the Summa of Johannes Faventinus (1171) or not much later.


Entry by: KP rev AL 2015



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Summa ‘Conditio ecclesiastice religionis’.


Text(s) – Manuscripts

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Summa ‘Conditio ecclesiastice religionis’.


a513Txt1Bamberg, Staatsbibl. Can. 17, fol. 147–62 (C.1–C.23 q.6)


Città del Vaticano, BAV Pal. lat. 678, fol. 5–33v


Text(s) – Modern Editions

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Summa ‘Conditio ecclesiastice religionis’.

Modern Editions

Edited in part by J. von Schulte in Die Summa magistri Rufini zum Decretum Gratiani (Giessen 1892). (Von Schulte wrongly attributed this work to Rufinus himself. See the introduction to this report..)



A. Stickler, ‘Iter Helveticum’, Traditio, 14 (1958) 467–68.

S. Kuttner, Repertorium 132–33.