capitulary

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of or pertaining to an ecclesiastical chapter

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She notes that Capitula episcoporum is not a coherent genre because the various capitula differ significantly among themselves and because the capitula bear close similarities to the acts of church councils and also to the capitularies of the Frankish kings.
In the next decade or two both conciliar acts and capitularies spelled out the precise dimensions of the reform that was desired.
Hamilton begins with prescriptive legal sources--canon law collections, conciliar decrees, episcopal sermons and capitularies, and penitentials-which draw upon Carolingian models.
There are separate indexes of charters, codes, and capitularies, and a comprehensive index.
Nelson detects in royal capitularies issued after 802 traces of Charlemagne's "voice," energetically insisting on self-examination and correct conduct from his lay and ecclesiastical magnates.