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This chapter of the book The Visigoths in Gaul and Iberia (Update): A Supplemental Bibliography, 2010-2012 presents a list of ecclesiastical works on general studies, Canon Law, councils, heresy, monasticism and organization. The book contains several sections including archaeology, liturgy, monasticism, Iberian-Gallic patristics, paleography, linguistics, Germanic and Muslim invasions. It includes scholarship on the Gothic language before the Goths ventured into Hispania, and reviews archaeology in Hispania and Isidore of Seville. The book also presents several significant monographs on Gallaecia and the Sueves that shed considerable light on the Northwest corner of Hispania. It contributes to research endeavours in Visigothic studies and Late Antique Hispania.

Keywords: Canon Law; Gaul; Hispania; Iberia; monasticism; Muslim invasion; Visigoths

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