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Report No. t174

Joannes Bernardinus Pandus

fl. 1555–1556, d. ?a. 1578


Alternative Names

Giovanni Bernardino Pandi



J., laureate in utroque, was a successful practitioner in the courts of Napoli. He wrote two treatises on the practice of those courts: Commentaria super pragmaticam primam Regni Neapolitani de judicio summario (Napoli 1555) and Commentaria in Ritu Magnae Vicariae Neap. CLXIII de praesentatione et exequutione instrumentorum (Napoli 1556), each of which was dedicated to the regent of the Neapolitan Chancery at the time. His De datario (TUI 1584, t. 9) was first published, probably posthumously at Napoli in 1578, with extensive additiones by his brother Francesco.

Source: C. M. Spadaro, in DGI.

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