Published in 1998, these essays focus on Rome and the curia in the
11th and 12th centuries. Several relate to Cardinal Deusdedit and
his canonical collection (1087) and to the pontificate of Paschal
II (1099-1118). Both personalities and their ideas are presented
within the larger setting of contemporary problems, highlighting
divergent currents among ecclesiastical reformers at a time of the
investiture controversies. A third common theme is formed by
discussions of the organization and archival practices of the
curia, which were of fundamental importance for the growth and
codification of canon law, not to mention papal control of the
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