London : Longmans, Green and Co., 1930. [Getzville, New York] : William S. Hein & Co., 
Book — 1 online resource (xxv, 477 pages).
Deals with the law on churches and cemeteries, Sunday observance, fasting and abstinence, vows and oaths, preaching and catechizing, schools and seminaries, and other matters of the same eminently practical character.
[Saarbrücken] : Südwestdeutscher Verlag für Hochschulschriften, 
Book — 280 pages ; 22 cm
Betrothal in Decretum Gratiani
Betrothal in the commentary to Decretum : summa decretorum of Huguccio
Engagement in german customary law : the Saxon mirror
Betrothal in the Liber extra
Engagement in the Summa aurea of Hostiensis
Engagement in the commentary to the Liber extra : apparatus of Pope Innocent IV
Betrothal in the Liber sextus
"The engagement was a very important tradition in the middle ages. Eventual bride and groom exchanged a solemn promise in facie ecclesiae and after considerable amount of time the wedding ceremony took place. My goal is to examine the phenomenon of betrothal in medieval canon law from Decretum Gratiani to Liber Sextus in comparison with the Germanic customary legal tradition. Betrothal does not seem to be of utmost importance for German customary law. This can be clearly traced from the analyzing The Saxon Mirror. The same is as well true for the commentary to the Decretum written by German canonist educated in Bologna Johannes Teutonicus in his Glossa ordinaria. Entirely new approach might be observed when one reads through the fourth book of the Liber Extra - the core book of papally-centered canon law -- ius novum. Betrothal in the Liber Extra and Liber Sextus is elaborated on the big extant."-- Back cover