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Report No. t057

Hermannus Barensis

fl. 1410


Alternative Names

Hermann von Barr



The library cataloguers seem to have settled on ‘Hermann de Bare’ as the name of the author, identify him as German, and give him a floruit of 1410. The date appears in at least one of the sample libels (f. 96ra). H.’s toponym suggests the duchy or town of Bar[-le-Duc, dép. Meuse]. The copy in TUI lacks the dedicatory epistle that is found in the ed. Strasbourg 1510 (under the title Refugium advocatorum, sig. a[1r]), and which allowed M. A. Bethmann-Hollweg (Der Civilprozess des gemeinen Rechts [Bonn 1874] 6.1.257–9) to identify the author as an advocate in the imperial court who reworked a similar formulary of Pierre Jacobi’s.

Source: CERL Thesaurus.

TUI database



No. 01

De formandis libellis.


Text(s) – Early Printed Editions

No. 01

De formandis libellis.

Early Printed Editions

Tractatus universi iuris. Venezia: F. Ziletti, 1584, 3.2.89vb.