For those interested in comparing this local legislation with texts of the general law of the classical period, the following online resources might be helpful:
- Corpus iuris canonici, ed. Emil Friedberg (Leipzig: Tauchnitz, 1879-81; repr. Graz: Akademische Druck- u. Verlagsanstalt, 1959); digital version hosted by Columbia University Library, vol. 1 & vol. 2
- Corpus iuris canonici, editio Romana (1582); digital version hosted by UCLA Library here
- Decretum Gratiani (ed. Friedberg) - full text hosted by Bayerische Staatsbibliothek / Münchener DigitalisierungsZentrum here; also hosted by SCTA here
- Decretum Gratiani (First Recension, ed. Anders Winroth) - working edition here
- Liber Extra / Decretalium Gregorii papae IX compilationis libri V (ed. Friedberg) - full text hosted by Bibliotheca Augustana here; also hosted by SCTA here
- Liber Sextus (ed. Friedberg) - full text hosted by SCTA here
- For earlier collections, see the Carolingian Canon Law Project, directed by Abigail Firey (University of Kentucky).
- Additional digitized texts and links may be found via the Medieval Canon Law Virtual Library, maintained by David Freidenreich (Colby College).