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Report No. t096

Johannes Nicholai Arelatanus

16th c.

 

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Biography/Description

Listed in CERL Thesaurus, as a jurist from Arles. He may be the same as the Nicolaus, Johannes, in Jöcher (1751) 3.926, who is said to have come from the Dauphiné and have written a treatise De iure patronatus. It is possible that J. studied with Alciati when the latter was teaching at Avignon. His contribution to TUI 1584 is listed under Alciati.

Source: Not in DHJF. CERL Thesaurus.

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