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Firey, Abigail [project director], Carolingian canon law project, Online: Collaboratory for Research in Computing for Humanities, University of Kentucky, 2011–present.

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Carolingian canon law project
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Online
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Collaboratory for Research in Computing for Humanities, University of Kentucky
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2011–2023
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The Carolingian Canon Law project is a searchable, electronic rendition of works of canon law used by Carolingian readers. This project maps the extent of variation in "standard" legal texts known to Carolingian readers, and identifies particular points of variation. In addition to clarifying the textual history of medieval canon law, the project will provide historical and bibliographic annotation of several hundred canons used by jurists before, during, and after the Carolingian period. We invite all scholars of medieval canon law to contribute translations, annotations, transcriptions, and comments. All such contributions are publicly credited. To contribute, please register for an account.
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Dennis Groenewegen
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September 2014, last updated: March 2021