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Report No. r115

Bernardus de Bosqueto

d. 1371

 

Alternative Names

Bosqueto; Bernardus de (LC); Bernardus de Bisgneto; Bernardus de Bisneto; Bernardus de Bisigneto; Bernard of Bousquet (Cahors)

 

Biography/Description

A canon at Cahors and Narbonne, Bernardus studied law at Toulouse, and was named as a professor there. He served as a papal chaplain and an auditor of the sacri palatii. He also served as an inquisitor in various parts of France in 1364. He was made archbishop of Naples in 1365. In the same year, Bernardus was commissioned to establish the Studium Romanum by Pope Urban V. B. was elevated to the cardinalate in 1368.

 

Text(s)

 
No. 1

Conclusiones seu decisiones de consiliis uenerabilem uirorum dominorum sacri palatii apostolici causarum auditorum, c. 1355–1365. Also known as the Decisiones rotae Romanae.

 

Text(s) – Early Printed Editions

No. 1

Conclusiones seu decisiones de consiliis uenerabilem uirorum dominorum sacri palatii apostolici causarum auditorum, c. 1355–1365.

 
Early Printed Editions

Conclusiones seu decisiones de consiliis uenerabilem uirorum dominorum sacri palatii apostolici causarum auditorum. Pavia, 1485-86 (online). (GW 8204)

 

Literature

G. Dolezalek, ‘Bernardus de Bosqueto seine Questiones motae in Rota (1360-1365) und ihr Anteil in den Decisiones Antiquae’, ZRG Kan. Abt. (1976) 106–172.

G. Mollat, ‘Bernard du Bosquet’, in DHGE (1935) 8.598–99.