Further Resources

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:

  1. 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
  2. Corpus iuris canonici, editio Romana (1582); digital version hosted by UCLA Library here
  3. Decretum Gratiani (ed. Friedberg) - full text hosted by Bayerische Staatsbibliothek / M√ľnchener DigitalisierungsZentrum here; also hosted by SCTA here
  4. Decretum Gratiani (First Recension, ed. Anders Winroth) - working edition here
  5. Liber Extra / Decretalium Gregorii papae IX compilationis libri V (ed. Friedberg) - full text hosted by Bibliotheca Augustana here; also hosted by SCTA here
  6. Liber Sextus (ed. Friedberg) - full text hosted by SCTA here
  7. For earlier collections, see the Carolingian Canon Law Project, directed by Abigail Firey (University of Kentucky).
  8. Additional digitized texts and links may be found via the Medieval Canon Law Virtual Library, maintained by David Freidenreich (Colby College).