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Transmigration und Translation. Studien zum Bistumswechsel der Bischöfe von der Spätantike bis zum hohen Mittelalter. By Sebastian Scholz. (Kölner Historische Abhandlungen, 37.) Pp. vii + 285. Cologne–Weimar–Vienna: Böhlau, 1992. DM 88. 3 412 08191 4

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Kenneth Pennington
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Syracuse University

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1 Scholz chides me for describing the action of Lanfranc's council of 1074/5 transferring three bishoprics to other cities as being ‘nicht Translationen, sondern um die Verlegung der Bischofssitze handelt’. I did not make clear in my book, Pope and bishops: the papal monarchy in the twelfth and thirteenth centuries (Philadelphia 1984), 76–7, that these were translations of sees to which the bishops were attached. If Scholz had paid more attention to the juridical structure of translations, he would have censured my imprecision but not my assertion that they were translations. The canonist Rufinus defined translations as being where ‘mutantur persone per loca, aut loca per personas, aut loca per loca’: ibid. 87 n. 41.

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