130, granted it the name of Hadriana Palmyra (,non, -rin NSI.
130 under the name Colonia Aelia Hadriana Augusta Iconiensium.
He received the Dionyso-Hadriana, the Roman collection of material bearing on the ancient ecclesiastical law.
The Dionysio-Hadriana did not, when introduced into Gaul, take the place of any other generally received collection of canons.
The chief collection known throughout Gaul before the Dionysio-Hadriana was the socalled collection of Quesnel, named after its first e ditor.'