06 August 2018

BOOK: Manlio BELLOMO, Roffredo Beneventano, Professore a Roma [Studien zur europäischen Rechtsgeschichte 313] (Frankfurt: Klostermann, 2018). ISBN 978-3-465-04357-7, €79.00

(Source: Klostermann)

Via the Max Planck Institute for European Legal History, we learned of a new Italian language volume in their Studien zur europäischen Rechtsgeschichte series.


A well-known manuscript in the Prague National Museum contains the text published in this volume. The author was a student of Roffredus Beneventanus. He composed an apparatus of glossae recollectae and concealed his name behind a siglum consisting of three points in the shape of triangle. He used the first person in only a few instances. The work preserves important parts of Roffredus’ lecturae held in Naples between ca. 1220 and 1230 and later for a few years in a school in the Roman Curia that is not well known. The work demonstrates that, among the civil law glossators of the 13th century, Roffredus was among the first ones to use the ius canonicum extensively. It also provides us with information about the final period of Roffredus’ life.


O. Condorelli – E. Conte – A. Padovani | VII
Introduzione | 1
Il manoscritto di Praga | 47
Indici – Storiograa | 291
Luoghi | 292
Manoscritti | 294
Personaggi | 294
Giuristi | 296

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