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Report No. t280

Horatius Lucius



Alternative Names

Horatius Lucius Galliensis; Orazio Luzi



H. is said to have studied law at Padova and Bologna, but he is not recorded as a doctor. He was nominated by Carlo Borromeo as provost of Vimercate (prov. Monza and Brianza), but he died young. An edition of the canons and decrees of the council of Trent with his annotations was first published in Venezia in 1565, and many times reprinted. His De privilegiis scholarium (TUI 1584 t. 18.0), an appropriate topic for one of his age, was first published in Padova in 1564.

Source: CERL Thesaurus.

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