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Report No. r293

Henricus de Alano



Alternative Names

Enrico di Alano



Born in Soligo (Treviso), c. 1370, Henricus studied in Padova where he obtained the doctor in utroque iure in 1394. He taught in Padova from c. 1394 until his death. Gregorius Heimburgensis was among his students. Henricus also held many public offices in Padova and was a lawyer, consultant, and judge. He died there in 1432.



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Text(s) – Manuscripts

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Firenze, BN Magliab. XXIX. 172


Ravenna, Bibl. Classense 485 (Vol. VII)


Venezia, BN lat. V 2 [2324]



A. Belloni, Professori giuristi 187–88.

M. Watanabe, ‘Humanism in the Tyrol: Aeneas Sylvius, Duke Sigismund, Gregor Heimburg’, The Journal of Mediaeval and Renaissance Studies, 4 (1974) 177–202, 217–236.

O. Ronchi, ‘Notizie da documenti inediti del sec. XV intorno alla chiesa di S. Maria dei Servi’, Bollettino del Museo civico di Padova, 56 (1967) 103–14.