Glossa Ordinaria

Glossa Ordinaria

A "glossa ordinaria" (pl. "glossae ordinariae") was an assembly of glosses which came to be widely accepted in universities, esp. in the 13th century. Such books were official commentaries which professors read after the ordinary. Many important works would have their own "glossa ordinaria," such as that of Accursius for Justinian's "Corpus" or that of Johannes Teutonicus and Bartholomew of Brescia of Gratian. [Baldwin, John W., "The Scholastic Culture of the Middle Ages, 1000-1300, pp. 72-73 ISBN 0 88133 842 3]

Another "Glossa Ordinaria" was an influential medieval commentary on the entire Vulgate Bible. It was compiled by the school of Laon and is based on patristic sources. For many generations, it was the standard commentary on the Scriptures in Western Europe, and its influence on Western European Christian theology and culture was pervasive.

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*"Glossa ordinaria", ed. Migne, Google Books facsimile: [http://books.google.com/books?id=g6Vc4QWRohwC vol. 1] , [http://books.google.com/books?id=mf5PJIsLIXsC vol. 2]
*"Glossa ordinaria" via [http://vulsearch.sourceforge.net/ VulSearch]


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