Liber Provincialis

A commentary upon the ecclesiastical decrees enacted in English provincial councils presided over by the archbishops of Canterbury. Commonly known as the Provinciale, it is a gloss upon all English legislation which supplemented the common law (jus commune) of the Church. It represents views accepted among English "clergy of his day upon a wide variety of subjects. Its author was William Lyndwood, bishop of St David's and the greatest of English canonists. He said that he finished the work at *Pentecost in 1430. He died in 1446.

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