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Report No. a520

Summa Elnonensis

late 1160s


Alternative Names



A French commentary on Gratian’s treatment of procedure (C.2–C.6), written after the appearance of the Summa of Stephanus Tornacensis (c.1165/66) and probably before the Summa Parisiensis (1170?). The work repeteadly mentions opinions held by a certain ‘m(agister) ge.’, who may have been the author himself. Fransen has tentatively suggested his identity with Gerardus Pucella.


Entry by: KP rev AL 2015



No. 1

Summa Elnonensis.


Text(s) – Manuscripts

No. 1

Summa Elnonensis.


Valenciennes, BM 193, fol. 111rb–115rb


Text(s) – Modern Editions

No. 1

Summa Elnonensis.

Modern Editions

Numerous excepts printed and discussed by G. Fransen in SG, 13 (1967) 90–105.



G. Fransen, ‘Colligite fragmenta: La Summa Elnonensis’, SG, 13 (1967) 90–105. (This article prints and discusses numerous excerpts.)