Carolingian Canon Law Project

Grants and Contracts Details


The Carolingian Canon Law project is producing a searchable, electronic rendition of canon law texts used by Carolingian jurists, and showing their relations to other such texts. Digital presentation matches the dynamic nature of the material, which varies in each manuscript. The dynamic interface will supply extraordinary capacities for manipulation of the data by users, to allow them to investigate particular statutes, specifIc principles or concepts, and the transmission of individual canons in a large corpus. The project also supplies historical and bibliographical annotations.
Effective start/end date9/1/108/31/11


  • American Council of Learned Societies: $85,000.00


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