seu Breviatio, dicebatur Veterib. ista Canonum collectio, cum Canones diversorum Conciliorum unius tenoris et sententiae, seu de iisdem rebus agentes, sub uno titulo aut rubriac digeruntur et citantur tantum, ut quivis sciat inter se illos concordantes esse; non verba ipsa recitantur: cuiusmodi Breviarium Cresconius confecit, de quo vide suô locô.

Hofmann J. Lexicon universale. 1698.

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