What is LEGANTINE CONSTITUTIONS?

The name of a code of ecclesiastical laws, enacted in national synods, held under legates from Pope Gregory IX. and Clement IV., in the reign of Henry III., about the years 1220 and 1208. 1 Bl. Comm. 83.

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