Untitled Document
Bio-Bibliographical Guide to Medieval and Early Modern Jurists

Ames Projects

Click on image for more information

 

 

Report No. r303

Hieronymus Clarius Brixiensis

?end of 15th c., beginning of 16th

 

Alternative Names

Girolamo Chiari; Girolamo Clario; Hieronymus Clarius

 

Biography/Description

The Italian authority file edit16 says that H. was an archpriest and doctor of canon law, who came from Bedizzole and whose life straddled the 15th and 16th centuries. His name appears variously as editor or annotator on incunabulum and early 16th century editions of the Decretals, the Sext, the Clementines, the Extravagants, the Digestum Vetus, and the Institutes. To him is also ascribed an edition of Casus breves super Institutiones (Paris ?1492).

Literature

R. Feenstra, ‘Le Casus Institutionum de Guido de Cumis (manuscrits et editions)’, Études en souvenir de Georges Chevrier (Memoires de la société pour l’histoire du Droit et des Institutions des anciens pays bourgignons, comtois et romands 29; Dijon 1968–69) 1.244–245 n.3.