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Report No. r157

Conradus Thuss

fl. late 14th–early15th c.


Alternative Names

Conrad Thus



Conradus studied law at Prague in 1391 and was later professor of canon law at Erfurt (ca. 1403–1411) and Leipzig (1411–12). By 1430, it seems he had returned to Erfurt.


J. John, ‘The university career of Bishop Stephen Bodeker (1384–1459) of Brandenburg with the text of his repetition on the judge and his conscience’, Studium generale: Studies offered to Astrik L. Gabriel, L. Domonkos and R. Schneider, ed. (Texts and Studies in the History of Medieval Education, 9; Notre Dame, IN 1967) 127–57.

T. Muther, Zur Geschichte der Rechtswissenschaft und der Universitäten in Deutschland (Jena 1876) 211–13.

T. Muther, ‘Die Juristen der Universität Erfurt im 14. und 15. Jahrhundert’, ZRG, 9 (1870) 56–57.