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* Bull of Pope Adrian IV Empowering Henry II to Conquer Ireland. A.D. 1155
An English translation of the Papal Bull.

URL: http://avalon.law.yale.edu/medieval/bullad.asp         Link Verified by NetSERF: 19 March 2011
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* History of Canon Law by Ken Pennington
Note: Canon Law 701          

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* Johannes Teutonicus's Commentary on Compilatio tertia
Texts are given in Latin with the interlinear glosses provided as well.
Note: broken into books          
Latin /

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* Saint Joan of Arc's Trials
Extensive English translations of the Joan of Arc's trials of Condemnation and Nullification. Broken up into sections based upon the examination.

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* Stephan Kuttner Institute of Medieval Canon Law
"The Stephan Kuttner Institute of Medieval Canon Law at the University of M√ľnchen holds the private library of the late Stephan Kuttner (1907-1996). You can search his library online as well as the list of microfilms of canon law manuscripts of the IMCL. You will find also valuable other links on ancient and medieval law."
English / German /

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* "The Two Recensions of Gratian's Decretum" by Anders Winroth
"Fifty years ago, the Polish canonist Adam Vetulani published his ground-breaking study of Roman law in Gratian's Decretum. He showed, convincingly, that most of the excerpts from Roman law sources were added after the completion of Gratian's work, probably by another author. The success of Vetulani's admirable thesis prompted him as well as others, and particularly Jacqueline Rambaud, to explore the possibility that other components of the text of the Decretum also were late ad ditions."

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