Peter of Benevento
He was closely associated with Pope Innocent III, and produced in 1209/10 a collection of his decretals, the Compilatio tertia, as an active editor and competing with that of Bernard of Pavia.
He was sent in 1214 by Innocent to Provence, and there presided over the 1215 Council of Montpellier, directed against the Albigensians and empowering Simon de Montfort. From there he took James I of Aragon to Catalonia.
- K. Pennington, The Making of a Decretal Collection: The Genesis of Compilatio tertia. Proceedings of the Fifth International Congress of Medieval Canon Law Salamanca (1980)
- James M. Powell, Innocent III and Petrus Beneventanus: Reconstructing a Career at the Papal Curia, in Pope Innocent II and His World (1999) editor John C. Moore
- Werner Maleczek, Papst und Kardinalskolleg von 1191 bis 1216, Vienna 1984
- Peter Beneventano, Petrus Beneventanus, Peter of Douai, Pierre Duacensis.
- In 1212
- The Early Humiliati
- Appendix 5: St. Dominic and the Pope in 1215
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