Pseudo-Isidorian

Pseudo-Isidorian

[soo-doh-iz-i-dawr-ee-uhn, -dohr-]
adjective
of or pertaining to the collection of documents of the 9th century a.d. that consist chiefly of the Decretals, attributed to Isidore, archbishop of Seville, a.d. 600–36, and that were rejected as spurious in the 15th century.
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