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Bio-Bibliographical Guide to Medieval and Early Modern Jurists

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Report No. t136

Philippus de Casolis, Regien

c. early 14th c.–1391

 

Alternative Names

Philippus de Casolis, Regiensi; Filippo Cassoli

 

Biography/Description

Mentioned in DGI 1.913, 1991 as a teacher of Raffaele Fulgosio, and as a colleague of Uberto da Lampugnano, at Pavia. There is no known record of P.’s having obtained his law degrees; it was probably at Padova. He first appears in 1348 as a member of commission to revise the statutes of Milano. He went on to become a famous teacher of civil law at Pavia. He engaged in many diplomatic missions, but his only known writing is the De testamentis, which, if we are to believe the title, was a disputatio that took place in the last year of his life.

Source: DGI 1.913, 1991; A. Dillon Bussi, in *DBI.

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Text(s)

 
No. 01

De testamentis, et successionibus, per modum disputationis, in qua interfuerunt D. Baldus de Ubaldis et eius discipulus D. Christophorus Castellioneus, anno Domini 1391 in studio papiensi.

 

Text(s) – Early Printed Editions

No. 01

De testamentis, et successionibus, per modum disputationis, in qua interfuerunt D. Baldus de Ubaldis et eius discipulus D. Christophorus Castellioneus, anno Domini 1391 in studio papiensi.

 
Early Printed Editions

Tractatus universi iuris. Venezia: F. Ziletti, 1584, 8.1.107vb.