Bullarium Romanum Magnum
Bullarium Romanum Magnum a collection of papal bulls from the time of Leo the Great, begun (1586) by Cherubini, and continued by various editors. The Bullarium Magnum of Maynardus (Luxemb. 1739 to 1768, 19 vols. fol.) contains the bulls from Leo the Great to Benedict XIV. Simultaneously with it appeared the collection of Cocquelines (Romans 1737 sq., 14 vols. fol.). A continuation of these collections is Benedicti XIV Bullarium (Romans 1754 sq., 4 tom. fol.; new ed. Mechlin, 1826, 13 vols.). The most recent continuation, which is to comprise the bulls of Clement XIII and the following popes, was commenced by Barberi (Rome, 1835); of it 15 vols. fol. have appeared, bringing the work down to the year 1821. A new complete collection of all the bulls from Leo the Great to the present time has been commenced by Tomassetti (Turin, vol. 1, 1857). — Landon, Ecclesiastical Dictionary, s.v.