Papal Reform and Canon Law in the 11th and 12th Centuries
Published in 1998, these essays focus on Rome and the curia in the 11th and 12th centuries. Several relate to Cardinal Deusdedit and his canonical collection (1087) and to the pontificate of Paschal II (1099-1118). Both personalities and their ideas are presented within the larger setting of contemporary problems, highlighting divergent currents among ecclesiastical reformers at a time of the investiture controversies. A third common theme is formed by discussions of the organization and archival practices of the curia, which were of fundamental importance for the growth and codification of canon law, not to mention papal control of the Church.
Table of Contents
1. Ein Neuer Text Für das Reimser Konzil Leos IX. (1049)? 2. Codex Guarnerius 203: A Manuscript of the Collection on 74 Tiles at San Daniele del Friuli. 3. Canossa and Royal Ideology in 1077: Two Unknown Manuscripts of De penitentia regis Salomonis. 4. Fälschungen bei Kanonisten der Kirchenreform des 11. Jarhunderts. 5. Rom in deer Kanonistik. 6. History and Tradition in Eleventh-Century Rome. 7. Conciliar Canons and Manuscripts: The Implications of Their Transmission in the Eleventh Century. 8. Some Notes on Papal Policies at Guastalla, 1106. 9. Patrimonia and Regailia in 1111. 10. Opposition to Pope Paschal II: Some Comments on the Lantern Council of 1112. 11. Paschal II and the Roman Primacy. 12. Decrees and Decretalsof Pope Paschal II in Twelfth-Century Canonical Collections. 13. Bemerkungen zum Register Papst Paschalis II. 14. The Correspondence of Pope Paschal II and Guido of Vienne, 1111-1116. 15. Papal Registers in the Twelfth Century. 16. The Text of a Lost Letter of Pope Honorius II. 17. Cardinal Albinus of Albano and the Digesta pauperis scolaris Albini: MS. Ottob. Lat. 3057. 18. An Episcopal Handbook from Twelfth-Century Southern Italy: Codex Rome, Bibl. Vallicelliana F.54/III