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Report No. r135

Bonifacius Antelini

fl. late 13th–early 14th c.

 

Alternative Names

Bonifacius Antelmi; Bonifacio Antellini; Bonifazio Antellini; Bonifacio Antelmi; Bonifazio Antelmi

 

Biography/Description

From a Mantuan family, Bonifacius was probably the jurist in the service of various Northern Italian communes who appears in documents from 1299–1306. He was the author of a criminal treatise, Super maleficiis (ca.1300/01), which circulated under the name of Bonifacius Vitalini since its first print in 1499. Early modern editors likewise ascribed other works to this author, most notably the Lectura Clementinarum of Bonifacius Ammannati.

 

Text(s)

 
No. 1

Super maleficiis, c. 1300–1301.

 

Text(s) – Manuscripts

No. 1

Super maleficiis, c. 1300–1301.

 
Manuscript

Bologna, Coll. Spagna 124

 
 

Firenze, Bibl. Laurenz. Biscioni 4

 
 

Kremsmünster, Stiftsbibl. 230

 
 

Laon, BM 396

 

Text(s) – Early Printed Editions

No. 1

Super maleficiis, c. 1300–1301.

 
Early Printed Editions

Super maleficiis. Milano, 1499.

 
 

Super maleficiis. Milano, 1505.

 
 

Super maleficiis. Venezia, 1505.

 
 

Super maleficiis. Milano, 1514.

 
 

Super maleficiis. Venezia, 1518.

 
 

Super maleficiis. Lyon, 1558.

 
 

Super maleficiis. Venezia, 1559.

 
 

Super maleficiis. Venezia, 1560.

 
 

Super maleficiis. Venezia, 1584.

 
 

Super maleficiis. Frankfurt, 1600.

 
 

Super maleficiis. Frankfurt, 1604.

 

Literature

D. Maffei, ‘Profilo di Bonifacio Ammannati giurista e cardinale’, Genèse et débuts du grand schisme d’occident (Bibliotheca eruditorum 1; Paris 1980) 240–41.

J. von Schulte, QL 2.255–56.