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The Collectio canonum Quesnelliana is a vast collection of canonical and doctrinal documents prepared in Rome sometime between 494 and 610. It was first identified by Pierre Pithou and first edited by Pasquier Quesnel in 1675, whence it takes its modern name. The standard edition used today is that prepared by Girolamo and Pietro Ballerini in 1757.

Collectio canonum Quesnelliana
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Folio 3r from Einsiedeln, Stiftsbibliothek, Codex 191 (277), showing a decorative title page for the Quesnelliana
Audience Catholic clergy
Language early medieval Latin
Date ca. 500
Genre canon law collection
Subject Christology; heresy; Catholic doctrine; ecclesiastical and lay discipline
Scale of justice
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The Collectio canonum Quesnelliana is a vast collection of canonical and doctrinal documents (divided into ninety-eight chapters) prepared (probably) in Rome sometime between 494 and (probably) 610. It was first identified by Pierre Pithou and first edited by Pasquier Quesnel in 1675, whence it takes its modern name. The standard edition used today is that prepared by Girolamo and Pietro Ballerini in 1757.