Anglo-Saxon Canon Law
Michael Elliot, a PhD Candidate at the Centre for Medieval Studies and a member of the Collaborative Program, has created Anglo-Saxon Canon Law:
Anglo-Saxon canon law covers the law of the English church from ca. 600 to 1066. The texts involved are predominantly in Latin, though some are in Old English.
The purpose of this site is to facilitate the study of canon law texts as they relate to the legal and intellectual culture of Anglo-Saxon England. On this site you will find biographies of Anglo-Saxons who engaged with the canon law, descriptions and transcriptions of canon law manuscripts, studies of canon law texts, and links to other resources on medieval canon law.