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Report No. r006

Albertus de Bellis

fl. 1472–1482


Alternative Names

Alberto Belli



A Perugian, Albertus studied the laws there and first appeared among the teachers in 1472. The following year, he moved to Pisa, to lecture on canon law, but stayed there only for a year. Since 1474 until his early death in 1482, he taught at Ferrara. Although Diplovatatius asserts that he also left other legal works ‘not to be despised’, only a few civilian repetitiones are known to have survived.


Thomas Diplovatatius, Liber de claris iuris consultis, F. Schulz, H. Kantorowicz, and G. Rabotti, ed. (SG 10; 1968) 398.

R. Abbondanza, ‘Belli, Alberto (Albertus de Bellis)’, in DBI (1965) 7.645–47.

M. Battistini, ‘Alberto Belli perugino, lettore nello Studio di Pisa’, Bollet. d. Deputaz. di storia patria per l’Umbria, 21 (1915) 551–53.

J. von Schulte, QL 2.346.