Early Church Fathers
1 The meaning of this whole canon is very obscure, the text is almost certainly corrupt; and the Greek in many places in no way corresponds to the Latin.
2 Migne's text reads this negatively "ut non constituas," but I have followed Labbe and Cossart and have omitted the "non".
1 The common reading "vinaicent" is almost certainly wrong, and is not even mentioned by Bruns.
1 I have followed the Greek text. The Latin reads: "Instant etiam aliae necessitates religlosis imperitorbius postulandae."
1 This must mean "who had heard the cause or been present at the hearing," and so the Greek has it.