Bartholomew of Brescia
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His literary work consisted almost entirely in the revision of the productions of other writers. His "Brocarda", or Canonical Rules (Lyons, 1519), were a working-over of those of Damasus[disambiguation needed] (12th and 13th centuries); his "Casus decretorum" were a revision of the "Casus" of Benencasa (d. c. 1206); the "Historiae super libro Decretorum" reproduced the work of an unknown author. Both his "Casus" and "Historiae" derive their importance from their incorporation into the Paris edition (1505) of Gratian's Decretum.
The "Ordo Judiciarius" of Tancred (d. c. 1235) was also revised by Bartholomew.
More important than the preceding works was his "Glossa Ordinaria" to the "Decretum" of Gratian, a correction of the "Glossa", or "Apparatus", of Johannes Teutonicus Zemeke (13th century). His only certain independent work was the "Quaestiones dominicales et veneriales", lectures delivered on Sundays and Fridays.
This article incorporates text from a publication now in the public domain: Weber, Nicholas Aloysius (1907). "Bartholomew of Brescia". In Herbermann, Charles. Catholic Encyclopedia. 2. New York: Robert Appleton.
- Weber, Nicholas Aloysius (1907). "Bartholomew of Brescia". In Herbermann, Charles. Catholic Encyclopedia. 2. New York: Robert Appleton Company.
- Schulte, Gesch. der Quellen u. Literatur des kan. Rechts (Stuttgart, 1875–80), II, 83-88
- Scherer in Kirchenlexikon (2d ed., Freiburg, 1882), I, 2055, 2056
- Hugo von Hurter, Nomenclator
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