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Gratianus

fl. c.1125–1140

a242

Other name(s): Gratian (LC); Gratien; Graciano; Graziano

 

Boniface VIII

c.1235–1303

r133

Other name(s): Boniface VIII; Pope (LC) Bonifacius VIII,Bonifazio VIII; Bonifacio VIII; Benedetto Gaetani; Benedetto Caetani; Benedict Gaetani

 

Laurentius Hispanus

fl. 1200–48

a309

Other name(s): Laurentius, Hispanus (LC); Lawrence of Spain; Laurent d’Espagne

 

Albertus

early 13th c.

a025

b.-glosses

a045

Balduinus de Forda

c.1120–1190

a047

Other name(s): Baldwin, Archbishop of Canterbury (LC); Baldwin of Ford; Baldwin of Canterbury; Baldovino de Ford; Baudouin de Ford;

 

Bazianus

d.1197

a053

Other name(s): Basianus; Baxianus; Bazanus; Bosianus; Basinus

 

Bernardus Compostellanus antiquus

fl. 1200–1217

a057

Other name(s): Bernard of Compostella the Elder; Bernardo da Compostella; Bernard de Compostelle l’ancien; Bernhard von Compostela der Ältere

 

Casus legum I

c.1266

a088

Collectio Rotomagensis tertia

post 1207

a153

Other name(s): Collectio Parisiensis III

 

Cyprian

mid-12th c.

a173

Daifer, Magister

fl. 1180s

a175

Damasus

fl. 1210–1217

a176

Other name(s): Damasus (LC); Damasus Bohemus; Damasus Ungarus; Damasus Hungarus

 

Garinus

fl. c.1180

a230

Henricus de Segusio

c.1200–1271

a266

Other name(s): Henricus, de Segusio, Cardinal (LC); Henry of Susa; Cardinalis Hostiensis; Hostiensis; Heinrich von Susa; Henri de Suse; Enrico da Susa

 

Honorius III

pope 1216–1226

a269

Other name(s): Honorius III, Pope (LC); Cencio Savelli

 

Honorius, Magister

d. c.1210–1213

a270

Other name(s): Honorius of Kent

 

Huguccio

fl. 1180–1210

a272

Other name(s): Uguccione, da Pisa, Bishop of Ferrara (LC); Hugo; Uguccione

 

Odo de Doura

c.1170

a361

Other name(s): Odo of Dover; Odo von Dover

 

Philippus

late 12th c.

a384

Philippus de Aquileia

fl. c.1220s

a385

Other name(s): Philip of Aquileia

 

Quaestiones Borghesianae

post 1218

a419

Quaestiones Orielenses I–II

ante 1191

a452

Quaestiones Sedunenses I

ante 1216?

a465

Ricardus Anglicus

1161–1242

a483

Other name(s): Richard de Mores; Richardus Anglikus; Richard de Morins; Richardus Anglicus de Lacy

 

Rufinus

fl. c.1150–c.1190

a492

Other name(s): Rufinus, Archbishop of Sorrento (LC); Rufin; Rufino; Rufinus de Assisi

 

Simon de Sywell

d. c.1210

a500

Other name(s): Simon de Southwell; Simon of Sywell; Simon Sudwella; Simon of Siwelle; Simon of Southwell; Simon Sywell; Simon von Southwell

 

Summa Aschaffenburgensis

post 1181

a508

Summa Casinensis

1185/86

a512

Other name(s): Continuatio prima

 

Summa Elnonensis

late 1160s

a520

Apparatus Bruxellensis

ante 1210

a592

Other name(s): Summa Bruxellensis

 

Placentinus

early 12th c. – c.1182

c013

Other name(s): Placentin; Placentino; Piacentino

 

Bagarottus

c.1175–c.1246

c028

Other name(s): Bagarotto; Bagarotus de Coradis

 

Symon Vicentinus

?c. 1190 – a. 1263

c032

Other name(s): Simon Vicentinus; Simone Vicentino

 

Alexander Tartagnus

c. 1423–1477

r017

Other name(s): Tartagni; Alessandro (LC); Alessandro Tartagna; Alexandrus Tartagnus; Alexandrus de Imola; Alexandrus Imoliensis,

 

Alvarus Pelagius

c.1275–1349

r025

Other name(s): Alvaro Pelayo

 

Angelus de Castellone

fl. 2nd half of 14th c.

r039

Other name(s): Angelo da Castiglione Aretino

 

Angelus de Castro

c. 1410–c. 1485

r040

Other name(s): Angelo da Castro; Angelus Castrensis

 

Augustinus Berous

1474–1554

r080

Other name(s): Beró; Agostino (LC); Agostino Bero; Augustinus Beroisius; Augustinus Beroius; Agostino Berojo

 

Bernardus Gil

fl. late 15th c.

r110

Other name(s): Bernardo Gil

 

Bernardus de Monte Faventino

fl. late 13th–early14th c.

r119

Bertucius Bagarotio

1445–1509

r125

Other name(s): Bertuccio Bagarotti

 

Clementines

1317

r153

Other name(s): Constitutiones Clementi V; Liber Clementinarum

 

Cosma Contarenus

c. 1410 –c. 1477

r160

Other name(s): Cosma Cantarenus; Cosma Contarini

 

Franciscus Capilistius

c.1405–1463

r198

Other name(s): Francesco Capodilista junior; Franciscus Capillistius junior; Francesco Caodelista; Francesco Capiteliste

 

Johannes (?Gerhardus) Monachus

fl. late 13th–early14th c.

r223

Other name(s): Johannes de ?Kina; Johannes de ?Zinna; Gerhardus (Gebhardus, Gerardus) de Rheinau

 

Hieronymus Barbarus

fl. late 15th c.

r228

Other name(s): Gerolamo Barbaro

 

Johannes Baptista de Sancto Blasio

c.1425–1482

r256

Other name(s): Battista; da Sambagio (LC); Battista da Sambiagio; Baptista Samblasi; Battista Sambiagi; Giambattista Sambiasi; Baptista Samblasius; Giovanni Battista da Sanbiagio

 

Johannes Ubaldinus

fl. late 15th c.

r259

Other name(s): Giovanni Ubaldini

 

Job Vener

c.1370–1447

r328

Other name(s): Vener; Job (LC)

 

Johannes Auditor

?15th c.

r341

Johannes Ludovicus Lambertaccius

d. 1400

r362

Johannes de Moneta

fl. mid. 14th c.

r367

Other name(s): Johann von der Müntz

 

Laurentius Pudericus

?15th c.

r403

Other name(s): Lorenzo Puderico; Laurentius Pudericus Neapolitanus

 

Marinus Zabarella

d. 1427

r419

Other name(s): Marino Zabarella

 

Martinus Martini

d. 1305

r424

Other name(s): Martino Martini

 

Magister Maximus

fl. late 14th c.

r429

Michael Maurocenus

fl. early 15th c.

r433

Other name(s): Michele Morosini

 

Nicolaus de Tudeschis

1386–1445

r450

Other name(s): Niccolò de Tudeschi, Archbishop (LC); Niccolò Tedeschi; Panormitanus; Abbas Siculus; Abbas Modernus; Niccolò Tedesco; Nicolas Tudeschius; Nicolaus de Sicilia; Il Panormitano; Panorme; Nikolaus de Tudeschis; Nicolaus de Tudisco; Le Panormitain

 

Oldradus de Ponte

fl. early 14th c.

r452

Other name(s): Oldrado da Ponte (LC); Oldradus de Laude; Oldradus de Ponte de Laude

 

Petrus de Ancharano

c. 1333 – 1416

r469

Other name(s): Pietro d’Ancarano (LC); Pierre d’Ancharano; Petrus Ancharanus; Pietro d’Ancharano Farnese; Pietro d’Ancarano; Pietro de Farneto

 

Simon de Borsano

d. 1381

r533

Other name(s): Simone de Borsano

 

Stephanus Bonaccursius

1350–1432/33

r536

Other name(s): Stefano Buonaccorsi

 

Achilles Personalis

16th c.

t001

Other name(s): Achilles Personalis Mirandulanus; Achille Personali

 

Amedeus Justinus de Castello

d. c. 1477

t007

Other name(s): Amedeo Giustini

 

Andreas ab Exea

c. 1500–1575

t008

Other name(s): André d’Exéa; Andrés de Exea

 

Andreas Alciatus

1492–1550

t009

Other name(s): Andrea Alciato; Andrea Alciati

 

Antonius de Mattheis Romanus

fl. 1541–1562

t011

Other name(s): Antonio de Mattei; Antonio Mattei

 

Ascanius Clementius Amerinus

fl. ?1568–?1597

t016

Other name(s): Ascanio Clementini

 

Bartolus (?Bartolomaeus) de Hucio

second half of 14th c.

t021

Other name(s): Bartolo (?Bartolomeo) da Uzzo

 

Fortunius Garcia

1494–1534

t041

Other name(s): Fortunius García

 

Joachimus Hopperus

1523–1576

t075

Other name(s): Ioachimus Hopperus; Joachim Hoppers

 

Johannes Gillotus Briennensis

?16th c.

t090

Other name(s): Joannes Gillotus; Jean Gillot

 

Johannes Guterius Placentini Hispani

d. ?1618

t091

Other name(s): Joan Guterius, Placentinus Hispanus; Juan Gutiérrez

 

Johannes Nicholai Arelatanus

16th c.

t096

Johannes Raynaudus

? c. 1357 – ? p. 1456

t098

Other name(s): Johannes Raygnaudi (Regnaudus, Regnaudi); Jean Raynaud; Jean ?Regnaud

 

Vitalis Nemausensis

c. early 16th c.

t156

Antonius Gubertius Costanus

fl. 1558–?1579

t160

Other name(s): ?Antoine Gobert

 

Joannes Boscheus (Boschaeus)

d. 1562

t162

Other name(s): Jean du Bosc, seigneur d’Emandreville

 

Joannes Garonis

fl. 1407

t166

Other name(s): ?Jean de Garons

 

Joannes Montaigne

d. 1516 X 1520

t168

Other name(s): Jean Montaigne

 

Pardulphus Prateius

c. 1520–1570

t175

Other name(s): Pardoux DuPrat (Duprat)

 

Guerrinus Pisonus

d. 1591

t179

Other name(s): Guarino Piso

 

Petrus Rebuffus

d. 1557

t183

Other name(s): Pierre Rebuffi (Rebuffe, Rebuffus)

 

Melchior Palaez

2nd half of 16th c.

t185

Other name(s): Melchor Paláez a Mieres

 

Bartholomeus Taegius

c. 1520–1573

t191

Other name(s): Bartolomeo Taegio

 

Bermondus Choveronius

mid-15th c.

t195

Other name(s): Bermond Choveron

 

Baldus de Periglis

c. 1426–1511

t201

Other name(s): Baldo Perigli

 

Jacobus de Castillo

d. 1552

t230

Other name(s): Jacobus de Villa Sancta; Diego del Castillo de Villasante

 

Albertus de Ferrariis

fl. 1428 X 1453

t237

Other name(s): Albertus de Ferrarii; Albertus Trottus

 

Petrus Albinianus

fl. 1472 X 1526

t238

Other name(s): Albinianus Tretius; Pietro Albignani (Albignani Trezzio)

 

Franciscus Arias

fl. c. 1533

t241

Other name(s): Francisco Arias de Valderas

 

Cornelius Benincasius

d. 1603

t245

Other name(s): Cornelio Benincasa

 

Ludovicus Bolognus

1446–1508

t247

Other name(s): Lodovico Bolognini

 

Henricus de Bottis

c. 1500–1544

t248

Other name(s): Henricus Bottaeus; Henri de Bottis; Enrico Botteo

 

Lapus de Castellionus

d. 1381

t255

Other name(s): Lapo da Castiglionchio

 

Petrus Lenauderius

?1444 – ?1527

t266

Other name(s): Pierre de L’Esnauderie

 

Josephus Stevanus

1550–1603

t267

Other name(s): Josephus Stevanus; Josep Esteve i Joan; Josè Esteve

 

Remundus Fraguier

fl. 1531 X ?1549

t269

Other name(s): Raymond Fraguier

 

Johannes Randeus

?sec. 16

t278

Other name(s): Joannes Randeus Gallus

 

Marcus Antonius Marsilii Columna

c. 1542–1589

t283

Other name(s): M. Antonius Marsilii Columna Bononiensis; Marco Antonio Marsili Colonna

 

Antonius Nicellus

fl. end of 15th c. X beginning of 16th c.

t286

Other name(s): Antonio Nicelli

 

Joannes Redin

fl. mid-16th c.

t295

Other name(s): Juan Redín

 

Gulielmus Redoanus

d. 1573 or 1574

t296

Other name(s): Guglielmo Redoano

 

Mattia Ugonius

1446–1535

t301

Other name(s): Mattia Ugoni

 

Nicolaus Valla

d. c. 1568

t303

Other name(s): Nicolas Du Val (Duval, Valla)

 

Franciscus Vargas

1484–1560

t304

Other name(s): Francisco de Vargas Mejía

 

Martinus de ?Ve

fl. ?second half of 16th c.

t305

Other name(s): Martinus de Ve.