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Bartolo, of Sassoferrato, 1313-1357


  • [Bartolo da Sassoferrato, or de Saxoferrato (1313-1357) was a professor of law and prominent jurisconsult.] He studied at Perugia and Bologna, where he earned a doctorate in 1334. After serving as a judge, he became a professor in civil law at Pisa in 1339, and later taught at Perugia. He commented on the Corpus iuris civilis (the body of civil law) and wrote several influential treatises as well as roughly 600 consilia.
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    • Alphanis, Bartolus Severus de, 1314-1357
    • Bartholus, de Saxo Ferrato, 1313-1357
    • Bartole, da Sasferrato, 1313-1357
    • Bartole, de Sassoferrato, 1313-1357
    • Bàrtolo, da Sassoferrato, 1313-1357
    • Bartolus, a Saxoferrato, 1313-1357
    • Bartolus, da Saxoferrato, 1313-1357
    • Bartolus de Saxoferrato, 1314-1357
    • Bartolus Severus de Alphanis, 1313-1357
    • Sasferrato, Bartole da, 1314-1357
    • Sassoferrato, Bartolo of, 1313-1357
    • Saxo Ferrato, Bartholus de, 1314-1357
    • Saxoferrato, Bartolus de, 1314-1357
    • Bartholus, de Saxoferrato, 1314-1357
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      • Bartolus de Saxoferrato, 1314-1357
    • Sources

      • found: Falchi Pellegrini, M.A. Legittimità, legittimazione e resistenza nella teoria politica medioevale, 1981:t.p. (Bartolo da Sassoferrato) p. 16, etc. in author statements of his works (Bartoli a Saxoferrato; lists his Tractatus de tyrannia)
      • found: LC data base, 6/28/84(Hdg.: Bartolus de Saxoferrato, 1314-1357) manual auth. card (Hdg.: Bartolus de Saxoferrato, 1314-1357; variants: Bartolo da Sassoferrato; Bartolus Severus de Alphanis; Bartholus de Saxo Ferrato)
      • found: New Cath. encyc.(Bartolo of Sassoferrato; b. 1313; d. 1357)
      • found: La Tiberiade, 1587:t.p. (Bartole da Sasferrato)
      • found: Traité des monnaies ... c1989:t.p. (Bartole de Sassoferrato)
      • found: Trattato sulla tirannide, 2017:(Italian translation of the Latin text "De tyranno")
      • found: Super usibus pheudorum, [between 1450 and 1470], Robbins Collection, University of California Berkeley:fol. 179r (Bartholus in civitate Pisarum) fol. 184v (Bartholus de Saxoferrato)
      • found: Wikipedia, viewed August 29, 2023:(Bartolus de Saxoferrato; Italian, Bartolo da Sassoferrato; 1313-13 July 1357; an Italian law professor and one of the most prominent jurists of medieval Roman law; one of the postglossators) - https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bartolus_de_Saxoferrato
      • found: Trecanni (website), viewed August 30, 2023:(Bàrtolo da Sassoferrato; jurist born in Venatura, near Sassoferrato, in 1313 or 1314; died in Perugia in 1357; he studied law in Perugia and obtained his doctorate in Bologna; he was a judge in Todi and Pisa, then a professor at Pisa (1339-1342) and Perugia (1343 onward); he was appointed consiliarius by the Emperor Charles IV; well-known during his lifetime, he wrote commentaries on the Corpus iuris civilis and a number of treatises and consilia) - https://www.treccani.it/enciclopedia/bartolo-da-sassoferrato/
    • General Notes

      • [Bartolo da Sassoferrato, or de Saxoferrato (1313-1357) was a professor of law and prominent jurisconsult.] He studied at Perugia and Bologna, where he earned a doctorate in 1334. After serving as a judge, he became a professor in civil law at Pisa in 1339, and later taught at Perugia. He commented on the Corpus iuris civilis (the body of civil law) and wrote several influential treatises as well as roughly 600 consilia.
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      • 1984-07-10: new
      • 2023-11-26: revised
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