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La formation du droit canonique médiéval /
Jean Gaudemet.
imprint
London : Variorum Reprints, 1980.
description
1 v. (various pagings) : port.
ISBN
0860780562
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Book
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imprint
London : Variorum Reprints, 1980.
isbn
0860780562
catalogue key
658403
 
Includes bibiographical references and indexes.
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Summaries
Long Description
In this volume Professor Gaudemet examines the growth and development of the law of the Church. The Decretum of Gratian and the corpus of conciliar legislation, two of its principal sources, figure prominently. While, in these studies, the author's interest lies principally with the investigation of the origins of canon law, he insists that one should not lose sight of the broader context and points to many areas that would repay further study. Church law, for instance, should not be taken in isolation but seen as a reflection of the needs and values of its time.
Table of Contents
Préface
Le Bréviaire d'Alaric et les Epitome
Survivances romaines dans le droit de la monarchie franque, Ve-Xe s.
Contribution à l'étude de la loi dans le droit canonique du XIIe s.
Praeceptum
Le pseudo-concile de Nantes
Aspects de la législation conciliaire française au XIIIe s.
Aspects de la législation conciliaire narbonnaise
La doctrine des sources du droit dans le Décret de Gratien
Das römische Recht in Gratians Dekret
Equité et droit chez Gratien et les premiers décrétistes
Les Doublets dans le Décret
Les aspects canoniques de la règle de St Colomban
Les statuts épiscopaux de la première décade du IXe s.
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