capitulary

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of or pertaining to an ecclesiastical chapter

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Gerhard Schmitz, en su proyecto de realizar una nueva edicion critica de la Collectio capitularium de Benedicto Levita, ofrece material diverso en la pagina web (102): por una parte la version provisional de su edicion, asi como las ediciones de Jean du Tillet (1548) y de Etienne Baluze (1677).
En esta misma direccion, Gerhard Schmitz, en su proyecto de realizar una nueva edicion critica de la Collectio capitularium de Benedicto Levita, ofrece material diverso en la pagina web (135): por una parte la version provisional de su edicion, asi como las ediciones de Jean du Tillet (1548) y de Etienne Baluze (1677).
Also copied by Manuel de Salazar in 1789 was a lectionary (Capitularium) for the Minor Hours, spread over two books, cataloged here as MSS Cantorales 19.7-8, though only the second of these now survives in the archive.
For the concluding instruction to keep dogs and pigs out of the church, however, Fowler refers to the obvious forts, the seventy-first capitulum of Charlemagne's Admonitio generalis.(28) But in both the Admonitio itself and in Ansegisus' Capitularium collectio (I.lxvii), this prescription mentions dogs only; we search in vain for Wulfstan's incommodious swyn until we come to Radulf's adaptation of this same phrase for his second capitulum: 'non sint [ecclesiae] canibus et porcis peruie' (CCCC 265, p.
(18) Glossarium ad Libros Capitularium (1588), s.v.