Capitula Martini

Capitula Martini

Capitula Martini

Capitula Martini ó Concilio III de Braga corresponde a una colección de 84 cánones escrita por Martín de Braga en la segunda mitad del siglo VI. Están dedicados al obispo de Lugo Vitigio.


  • Orlandis, José (2003). Historia del Reino Visigodo español. España. ISBN 8432134694.
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