Decretum magistri Gratiani (Corpus Iuris Canonici, Part 1)

Decretum magistri Gratiani (Corpus Iuris Canonici, Part 1)

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Das Decretum Gratiani bildet den ersten Teil des später im Corpus Iuris Canonici zusammengefassten römisch-katholischen Kirchenrechtes. Es ist nach seinem Verfasser, dem Mönch und Rechtsgelehrten Gratian benannt, der in der 1. Hälfte des 12. Jahrhunderts in Bologna lebte. Sein Hauptwerk, das Decretum (oder: Concordia discordantium canonum) entstand vermutlich um 1140. Gratian sammelte hierfür fast 4.000 Texte kirchenrechtlichen Inhalts, unter anderem Konzilsbeschlüsse (canones) und päpstliche Entscheidungen (decretales), die er mit eigenen Kommentaren (dicta) versah [hg. von Emil FRIEDBERG, Corpus iuris canonici 1. Leipzig 1879 (ND Graz 1959]. Die Edition FRIEDBERGS wurde bereits Mitte der 80er Jahre durch die Monumenta Germaniae Historica mittels OCR (Optical Character Recognition) digital erfasst und in Form einer Konkordanz aufbereitet [Wortkonkordanz zum Decretum Gratiani, hg. Timothy REUTER - Gabriel SILAGI (MGH Hilfsmittel 10) München 1990]. Diese Konversion bezog sich aber nur auf den Text der Edition, nicht aber auf die Fußnoten.

Bibliografische Angaben:
[Gratianus (de Clusio): Decretum magistri Gratiani. Ed. Lipsiensis secunda post Aemilii Ludovici Richteri curas ad librorum manu scriptorum et editionis Romanae fidem recognovit et adnotatione critica instruxit Aemilius Friedberg. - Unveränd. Nachdr. der Ausg. Leipzig 1879. Graz 1959 (Corpus iuris canonici ; 1)]

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Aemilius Ludwig Richter & Emil Friedberg

Corpus iuris canonici

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Decretum magistri Gratiani

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