Hälfte des Jahrhunderts in Bologna lebte. Sein Hauptwerk, das Decretum ( oder: Concordia discordantium canonum) entstand vermutlich um Gratian . Law History of canon law. Sources Collections. Compilations. Selections Decretum Gratiani. Concordia discordantium canonum (Gratian, 12th cent.), . Law Law of the Roman Catholic Church. The Holy See Collections. Compilations . Selections Decretum Gratiani. Concordia discordantium canonum (Gratian.
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Gratian quoted a great number of authorities, including the Biblepapal and conciliar legislation, church fathers such as Augustine of Hippoand secular law in his efforts to reconcile the canons.
For a long time he was believed to have been born at the end of the 11th century, at Chiusi in Tuscany. When necessary, Gratian had recourse to the Roman law and made extensive use of the works of the Church Fathers and of ecclesiastical writers.
Canon Canon Censure canon law Excommunication List of excommunicable offences in the Catholic Church List of people excommunicated dkscordantium the Catholic Church List of excommunicated cardinals Interdict Internal forum Laicization penal Latae sententiae. Gratian’s Decretum was the object of commentaries from the middle of the 12th century.
Editions printed in the 15th, 16th or 17th centuries frequently included the glosses along with the text. Richter, Aemilius Ludwig, ed. Thanks to the research of modern scholars – in cannonum, Charles Munier, Titus Lenherr, and Peter Landau – we now know that Gratian made use of a relatively small number of collections in the composition of most of the Decretumthese being:.
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CONCORDIA DISCORDANTIUM CANONUM
Gratian did not simply collect texts with rubrics in a skillful manner. Thank you for your feedback. OCP markup employed Hyphens from printed version have been removed Obvious printing errors have been corrected, but not if there is a possiblity that these could represent medieval ms. Specific concepts included consent for conckrdia and wrongful intent in determining whether a certain act constituted a crime. Various explanations have been given for the origin of the term palea: He did this to obviate the difficulties which beset the study of practical, external theology theologia practica externai.
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Gratian’s sources were Roman law, the Biblethe writings of or attributed to the Church Fatherspapal decretalsthe acts of church councils and synods. In old English law. Monumenta Germaniae Historica, It forms the first part of the collection of six legal texts, which together became known as the Corpus Juris Canonici.
There are several major discordntium between the two recensions:. Small means disordantium by concord and litigations by opulence.
Decretum magistri Gratiani — pars II. The Decretum of Gratian is composed of texts of different origin: The collections that have discordantjum examined indicate fragments taken from collections prior to Gratian and from the decretals of the popes prior to the years — 73; 64 of them were incorporated into the Decretum, 13 of which cannot be classified as paleae. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Catholicism portal Pope portal.
Collections of ancient canons. The work is not just a collection of texts but also a treatise attempting to resolve the apparent contradictions and discordances in the rules accumulated from different cxnonum.
Retrieved from ” https: The paleae, which are auctoritates like all the others, present four essential characteristics: Gratianus was a canon lawyer from Bologna. Each distinction or question contains dicta Gratianior maxims of Gratian, and canones. In the earliest glosses are often found references to the Code or the Digest. Baroque period to French Revolution.
In spite of its great reputation and wide diffusion, the Decretum has never been recognized by the Church as an official collection.