Errors in Canon Law

Boniface VIII (b. 1235, Pope 1294–1303).
Liber sextus decretalium.
Paris: Thielman Kerver, 1517.
[Bound with:] Clement V, Pope (c. 1264–1314).
Constitutiones.
Paris: Thielman Kerver, 1517.
[Bound with:] John XXII, Pope (1249–1334).
Extravagantes Johanis xxii.
Paris: Thielman Kerver, 1517.
[Bound with:] Extravagantes communes.
Paris: Thielman Kerver, 1517. (BRA2759)

Erroneous passages in this collection of medieval Canon Law compiled for Pope Boniface VIII were expurgated by gluing blank paper slips over the offending glosses. A Latin inscription added at the beginning of the book c. 1570 states that the text was diligently expurgated according to an exemplar provided by Father Manriquez, Master of the Sacred Palace. Tomás Manriquez (d. 1573), Spanish Dominican priest, was chief advisor of Pope Pius V and overseer of the Tridentine Index from 1565 until his death.

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The Index of Expurgations
Errors in Canon Law