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Report No. t109

M[?agister] M[artinus] Ra(e)vaudus (Revardus)

16th c.


Alternative Names

Martin Ravault



M. is described as iuris licenciatus, and the Thesaurus says that he was an advocate of the parlement of Paris. In addition to Speculum iudicum (TUI 1584 t. 3.1), he also wrote a mirror of princes (ed. Paris 1514). That date, coupled with the fact that the Speculum iudicum has an ed. Paris 1517 (at the back, starting at f. 117r, in which M. is described as the second vicar of the bailli of Sens), suggests that we should be thinking of him as a figure of the early 16th century.

Source: Not in DHJR. CERL Thesaurus.

TUI database



No. 01

Speculum iudicum.


Text(s) – Early Printed Editions

No. 01

Speculum iudicum.

Early Printed Editions

Paris, 1517.


Tractatus ex variis iuris interpretibus. Lyon, 1549.


Tractatus universi iuris. Venezia: F. Ziletti, 1584, 3.1.84va.