Nomocanon

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A '''Nomocanon''' (Greek, ''νοµοκανων'' -- from ''νοµος'', meaning ''law'', and ''κανων'', meaning ''rule'') is a collection of ecclesiastical law, containing both canon law proper and civil legislation impacting the Church.  Often, commentary is included.
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A '''Nomocanon''' (Greek, ''νοµοκανων''—from ''νοµος'', meaning ''law'', and ''κανων'', meaning ''rule'') is a collection of ecclesiastical law, containing both canon law proper and civil legislation impacting the Church.  Often, commentary is included.
  
 
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A Nomocanon (Greek, νοµοκανων—from νοµος, meaning law, and κανων, meaning rule) is a collection of ecclesiastical law, containing both canon law proper and civil legislation impacting the Church. Often, commentary is included.

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