Corpus juris canonici

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CORPUS JURIS CANONICI. The body of the canon law. A compilation of the canon law bears this name. See Law, canon.

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14) Musculus is citing Corpus Iuris Canonici, Pars Secunda, Causa XV, Quaestio vi, caput 2.
17) See the Corpus Iuris Canonici, Decreti Pars Secunda, Causa XXII, Quaestio iv, caput xxii.
For forms of citation from the Corpus iuris civilis and Corpus iuris canonici, see introductory notes to appendix, p.
This meant, in the case of the Recognitiones, questioning the canon of received writings as given in the [Pseudo-] Gelasian Decree, in the Corpus iuris canonici, and thus, paradoxically, questioning the authority of the Roman Church itself.
The second came to be known as the Corpus iuris canonici, made up of Gratian's Decretum (1140), the Liber extra of Gregory IX (1234), the Liber sextus of Boniface VIII (1298), and the Clementinae of Clement V (1314).