Antonius de Butrio

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Antonius de Butrio (1338–1408), also called Antonio da Butrio, was an Italian jurist and a noted teacher of law at Bologna.

Super Decretales, 1578

He composed numerous commentaries to the Decretals of Gregory IX and the Liber Sextus, which provide a comprehensive impression of the contemporary practice of canon and civil law. In 1408, he also negotiated on behalf of Gregory XII about the end of the Western Schism.

Francesco Zabarella was one of his students.

Works[edit]

Lectura Decretalium, manuscript, 15th century. Jagiellonian Library, Kraków.
  • Consilia (in Latin). Rome: Adam Rot. 1472.
  • Consilia seu responsa D. Antonii de Butr. Bonon ... . Nunc denuo à multis erroribus repurgata. Atque pereximijs Gasparis Caballini iurisc. scolijs illustrata. Accessit Hieron. de Tortis pro Repub. F (in Latin). Venice: Cristoforo Zanetti. 1575.
  • Super primo Decretalium (in Latin). Rome: Ulrich Han & Simone Cardella. 1473.
  • Super quarto Decretalium (in Latin). Johann Reinhard & Paul Leenen. 1474.
  • Super Decretales (in Latin). Vol. 1. Venice: Lucantonio Giunta. 1578.

References[edit]

  • Müller, Jörg (2001). "Antonius de Butrio". In Michael Stolleis (ed.). Juristen: ein biographisches Lexikon; von der Antike bis zum 20. Jahrhundert (in German) (2nd ed.). München: Beck. p. 37. ISBN 3-406-45957-9.

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