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This is an edition of a relatively recently discovered manuscript, now in the library of Trinity College Dublin. Colker provides an introduction to accompany the Latin transcription, in which he argues that despite the name, this set of constitutiones was produced not for the Premonstratensian Order but rather for an as yet unidentified house or houses of canons in southern France in about the year 1200. Very solid edition, well produced. ( )
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