1605 Corpus Juris Canonici Catholic Church Canon LAW Pope Gregory Lancellotti

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The Corpus Juris Canonici (lit. ‘Body of Canon Law’) is the collection of significant sources of Canon Law of the Catholic Church that was applicable to Latin Church.

Giovan Paolo Lancellotti (1522 – 1590) was an Italian lawyer known for his various works on law including his commentary and reworking of Corpus iuris canonici, which is a collection of ecclesiastical disciplines and origins from the 15th-century.

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The Corpus Juris Canonici (lit. ‘Body of Canon Law’) is the collection of significant sources of Canon Law of the Catholic Church that was applicable to Latin Church.

 

Giovan Paolo Lancellotti (1522 – 1590) was an Italian lawyer known for his various works on law including his commentary and reworking of Corpus iuris canonici, which is a collection of ecclesiastical disciplines and origins from the 15th-century.

 

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Main author: Johannes Paulus Lancellotti ; Pope Gregory

 

Title: Corpvs Ivris Canonici : Emendatvm et Notis Illustratvm: Gregorii XIII. Pont. Max. iussu editum ; Indicibvs Variis, Et Novis, et appendice Pavli Lanceloti Perusini adauctum … ; Accesserunt Nouissimè Loci Communes

 

Published: Lugduni, 1605.

 

Language: Latin

 

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Publisher: Lugduni, 1605.

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Giovan Paolo Lancellotti (Perugia, 1522 – 1590), lawyer, doctor in utroque iure (one and one right), lived in the sixteenth century, he enrolled in the course said the legal humanism.

 

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Giovan Paolo Lancellotti is the author of a famous book entitled Institutiones iuris canonici (Venice, Comin da Trino, 1563, for the first edition), which was published nearly forty times between 1563 and 1770 in a solo version but also the Corpus iuris Annex canonici (collection of ecclesiastical discipline origins in the fifteenth century).

 

Lancellotti’s work, which is part of the movement of systematic legal humanism, takes the classic map “things-people actions” Roman teaching manuals (Institutiones of Gaius and Justinian) and adapts it to the right to pre-Tridentine Catholic Church. Another novelty is that this book is written in concise articles, four books, and thus apart from comments decrees of then. The last originality last but not least, is that the author aims to present the canonical material in a logical form (schématisable with trees) and approaching the legal works influenced by the Stone of logical-rhetoric and philosophy of Ramee Philip Melanchthon (Bodin, Derrer, Freige, Althusius). This author is forgotten but there is evidence that its influence has been significant in the canonical science to the Code of Canon Law of 1917.

 

The Institutiones iuris canonici were annotated by the canonists Gallicans Jean Doujat (seventeenth century) and Durand Maillane Toussaint (eighteenth century), which has even provided a translation (1770); as well as by the famous German philosopher and natural law jurist Christian Thomasius (Halle, 1715-1717).

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Authors

Johannes Paulus Lancellotti Pope Gregory

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17th Century

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Latin

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Vellum

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