Canones sentence example

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  • Canones, and the decree in the Sext.
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  • Friedrich, Die Unechtheit der Canones von Sardika (Vienna, 1902); on the other side F.
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  • Funk, "Die Echtheit der Canones von Sardica," Historisches Jahrbuch der Gorresgesellschaft, xxiii.
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  • p. 583), printed the Canones ad Wulsinum episcopum, and suggested Alfric Putta or Putto, archbishop of York, as the author, adding some note of others bearing the name.
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  • The names Bacchus (Bdi os, in use among the Greeks from the 5th 2 See the studies by Siegfried and Gelzer, Eusebii canonum epitome ex Dionysii Telmaharensis chronico petita (Leipzig, 1884), and von Gutschmid, Untersuchungen fiber die syrische Epitome der Eusebischen Canones (Stuttgart, 1886).
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  • 500) translated fifty of the Canons into Latin,' although under the title Canones qui dicuntur Apostolorum, and thus they passed into other Western collections; whilst the Constitutions as a whole remained unknown in the West until they were published in 1563 by the Jesuit Turrianus.
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  • (c) The so-called Canones Hip polyti, probably Alexandrian or Roman, and of the first half of the 3rd century.
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  • (g) The recently discovered Testament of the Lord, which is somewhat later in date (c. 350), and likewise depends upon the Canones Hippolyti.
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  • The Canones Hippolyti (vi.
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  • It is also referred to under the name of canones, sacri canones, a title of great antiquity, for the rcavove, regulae, were very early distinguished from the secular laws, the v6 ot, leges.
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  • It was further increased by the 1 The councils which we are about to mention, up to the 9th century, have been published several times, notably in the great collections of Hardouin, Mansi, &c.; they will be found brought together in one small volume in Bruns, Canones apostolorum et conciliorum (Berlin, 1839).
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  • treating of the sources of canon law and of ecclesiastical persons and offices, is divided according to the method of Paucapalea, Gratian's pupil, into 101 distinctiones, which are subdivided into canones.
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  • des Moses von Khoren (1877); Untersuchungen fiber die syrische Epitome des eusebischen Canones (1886); Untersuch.
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  • The second part consists of 36 causae (cases proposed for solution), subdivided into quaestiones (the several questions raised by the case), under each of which are arranged the various canones (canons, decretals, &c.) bearing on the question.
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  • quaestio 3, headed Tractatus de Poenitentia, is divided like the main part into seven distinctiones, containing each several canones.
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