With regard to early Church rules, known as Canons, see the
overview of Church Councils and Local Synods.
See also the synopsis of how Church Law has treated women.
|Date of publication||Name/author||description|
|1140 AD||Decretum Gratiani||earliest Church law book|
|1148||Rolandus Bandinelli||canon lawyer/theologian|
|1181||Sicardus of Cremona||canon lawyer/theologian|
|1215||Johannes Teutonicus||canon lawyer/theologian|
|1253||Henricus de Sergusio||canon lawyer/theologian|
|1300||Guido de Baysio||canon lawyer/theologian|
|1338||Joannes Andreae||canon lawyer/theologian|
|1408||Antonius de Butrio||canon lawyer/theologian|
|1234 - 1916||Codex
from a standard commentary
|canons regarding women|
|1917 - 1983||New Code of Church Law||canons regarding women|
|1983||Latest Code of Church Law||canons regarding women|
|1995||Canon Law Society of America||report of an ad hoc committee|
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