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Law and Liturgy in the Latin Church, 5th-12th Centuries

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ISBN13: 9780860784050
ISBN: 0860784053
Published: May 1996
Publisher: Routledge
Format: Hardback
Price: £105.00

The two themes brought together in this volume - the canon law and the liturgy of the early mediaeval Latin Church - have close links. In the book particular emphasis is given to the Irish ""collection canonum hibernensis"" and its many derivatives, to works from Carolingian Salzburg and 11th-century Southern Italy, and to liturgical collections. The whole attempts to show the need for liturgiologists to be aware of the riches in mediaeval legal sources, and for legal historians to take account of the wealth of liturgical material that is a principal ingredient of the law of the Church; and demonstrates how much one field can contribute to understanding the development and to the dating of the other.

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""Virgines subintroductae"" in Celtic Christianity; Basil and the early mediaeval Latin canonical collections; an 8th-century uncial leaf from a Mondsee ""liber comitis""; unity and diversity in Carolingian canon law collections - the case of the ""Collectio Hibernensis""; excerpta from the ""Collectio Hibernensis"" in 3 Vatican manuscripts; canon law collections in early 9th-century Salzburg; an unexpected manuscript fragment of the 9th-century canonical ""Collection in two books""; the pseudo-Augustinian ""Sermo de conscienta"" and related canonical ""Dicta sancti gregorii papae""; pseudonymous liturgica in early mediaeval canon law collections; rites of separation and reconciliation in the early Middle Ages; Odilo and the ""Trevga Dei"" in southern Italy - a Beneventan manuscript fragment; a south Italian liturgico-canonical Mass commentary; the Greek liturgy of St John Chrysostom in Beneventan script - an early manuscript fragment; the south-Italian canon law ""Collection in Five Books"" and its derivatives - new evidence on its origins, diffusion and use; south-Italian ""liturgica"" and ""canonistica"" in Catalonia; the south-Ialian ""Collection in Five Books"" and its derivatives - the collection of Vallicelliana; the Turin ""Collection in Seven Books"" - Poitevin canonical collection; liturgical scholarship at the time of the investiture controversy - past research and future opportunities.