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Report No. r055

Antonius de Gentilibus

fl. late 14th–early 15th c.

 

Alternative Names

Antonio de Gentilibus; Antonio Gentili

 

Biography/Description

Born at Tortona, Antonius received his doctorate in civil law at Pavia in 1398. Baldus was one of his examiners. He later became a member of the delegation sent by the Duke of Milan to the Council of Constance (1414–18) which indicates the high reputation he must have enjoyed in his native region as a professor of law. Information about his canonistic teaching survives for the years 1431–32, when he lectured on the Liber sextus and the Clementine at the University of Pavia. The following year (1432–33) he failed to appear personally in class, although he had been hired to teach again. Ill health probably accounted for his absence, since the records of the University refer to him as dead (’quondam dominus Antonius’) in 1434.

 

Text(s)

 
No. 1

Repertorium alphabeticum iuris.

 

Text(s) – Manuscripts

No. 1

Repertorium alphabeticum iuris.

 
Manuscript

Città del Vaticano, BAV Ottob. lat. 1596, fol. 1ra–392vb (A-K)

 
 

Città del Vaticano, BAV Ottob. lat. 1597, fol. 1ra–320rb (L-Z)

 
 

Città del Vaticano, BAV Pal. lat. 800, fol. 1ra–348vb (A-K)

 
 

Città del Vaticano, BAV Pal. lat. 801, fol. 1ra–343vb (L-Z)

 
 

Città del Vaticano, BAV Ross. 1081 (A-I)

 
 

Città del Vaticano, BAV Ross. 1082, fol. 1ra–368vb (L-Z)

 
 

Córdoba, Bibl. Cabildo 8

 
 

Córdoba, Bibl. Cabildo 9

 
 

Subiaco, Bibl. S. Scolastica 8, fol. 1–477 (L-Z)

 
 

Wien, ÖNB 5040 (A-K)

 
 

Wien, ÖNB 5037 (L-Z)

 

Text(s) – Modern Editions

No. 1

Repertorium alphabeticum iuris.

 
Modern Editions

, ed. A. Bernal Palacios, BMCL 19 (1989) ?. (preface only).

 

Literature

A. Bernal Palacios, ‘El profesor de Pavia, Antonio de Gentilibus, y su “Repertorium alphabeticum iuris”,’, BMCL 19 (1989) 33–50.

R. Maiocchi, Codice diplomatico dell’Università di Pavia (Pavia 1905; repr. Bologna 1971) 1.387.

R. Maiocchi, Codice diplomatico dell’Università di Pavia (Pavia 1913; repr. Bologna 1971) 2.291, 302, 307, 341.