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Report No. a531

Summa Paris B.N. lat. 15397



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Contains a decretist commentary covering C.1, C.23–26. It supplements Huguccio’s Summa, which omits these sections. As a result, nothing can be said about the original format of the anonymous work. It was composed c.1174–79, most likely at Bologna. Method and style are reminiscent of Bazianus, with a focus on literal exposition and very few legal references.



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Summa Paris B.N. lat. 15397.


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Summa Paris B.N. lat. 15397.


Paris, BN lat. 15397, fol. 172ra–183va



W. Müller, Huguccio: The Life, Works, and Thought of a Twelfth-Century Jurist (Studies in Medieval and Early Modern Canon Law 3; Washington DC 1994) 83 n.73 and 84 n.84.