Gaspar de Baeza

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Jump to: navigation, search

Gaspar de Baeza (Baeza, 1540–1569) was a Spanish humanist, lawyer, translator and writer known during the Spanish Golden Age.

He studied law at the University of Granada and University of Salamanca, where he was a pupil of Juan Orozco.

Works[edit]

  • In Caroli Quinti... constitutionem de non meliorandi filiabus dotis ratione... enarratio (Granada, 1566).
  • De Decima Tutori Hispanico iure praestanda tractatus (Granada, 1567).
  • Prima Pars tractatus de Inope debitore (Granada, 1592).
  • Opera Omnia Gasparis Beatiae (Madrid, 1592).