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Report No. r551

Thomas de Maalon

fl. mid. 14th c.


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A doctor decretorum and canon of Notre Dame at Paris, is the author of a collection of casus legum (c. 1349–63), which offered summaries of those laws referred to by the Glossa ordinaria (as revised by Bartholmaeus Brixiensis) on Gratian’s Decretum. The work, entitled Suffragium super decreto, was hardly a success. Only one manuscript seems to have survived.



No. 1

Suffrgagium super decreto.


Text(s) – Manuscripts

No. 1

Suffrgagium super decreto.


Amiens, BM 381



M. Bertram and M. Duynstee, ‘Casus legum sive suffragia monachorum’, TRG, 51 (1983) 329–31.