Collectio Canonum Hibernensis

The Collectio canonum Hibernensis (English: Irish Collection of Canon law) (or CCH) is a systematic Latin collection of Continental canon law, scriptural and patristic excerpts, and Irish synodal and penitential decrees. The CCH is thought to have been compiled by two Irish scholars working in the 8th century, CĂș Chuimne of Iona (died 747) and Ruben of Dairinis (died 725).

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