Christophe Justel

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Christophe Justel (1580–1649) was a French scholar, known as Christophorus or Christopher Justellus.

A librarian, canonist and Protestant, he served as secretary to the French king Henri IV, buying the office for his son Henri Justel (1620–1693).


  • Nomocanon Photii Patriarchae Constantinopolitani cum commentariis Theodori Balsamonis Patriarchae Antiocheni (1614, 1625)
  • Codex canonum ecclesiae universae. A Justiniano Imperatore confirmatus (1610–18) later in the 1661 edition by G. Voellus (with Henri Justel) known as Bibliotheca juris canonici veteris
  • Histoire de la maison de Turenne (1645)

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