Oldradus de Ponte

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Oldradus de Ponte (died 1335) was an Italian jurist born in Lodi, active in the Roman curia in the early fourteenth century. Previously he had taught at the University of Padua. According to Joseph Canning[1] he was an authority in both canon law and civil law, and his consilia (legal opinions) are the earliest surviving ones.

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  • Norman Zacour (1990), Jews and Saracens in the Consilia of Oldradus de Ponte

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  1. ^ A History of Medieval Political Thought (1996), p.162

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