- This page is not about the Bologna jurist Johannes de Sancto Georgio (d.1378)
Giovanni Antonio Sangiorgio (died 14 March 1509) was an Italian canon lawyer and Cardinal. He has been called one of the ‘last two great commentators on feudal law’.
Sangiorgio was born in Milan. He was bishop of Alessandria from 1478; he was referred to as the Cardinal of Alessandria. He was bishop of Parma in 1500. He died in Rome.
His De appellationibus was an early printed book (1474, Como, Ambrogio d'Orco and Dionigi Paravicino).
- ^ Giovanni da San Giorgio, Giantonio da Sangiorgio, Johannes Antonius de Sancto Georgio. Gregorio for Georgio appears to be an error from an early book.
- ^ From 1493; he was bishop of Frascati in 1503, bishop of Palestrina in 1507, bishop of Sabina in 1508.
- ^ http://faculty.cua.edu/Pennington/Law508/FeudalLaw.htm
- ^ Cardinalis Alexandrinus, Alejandrino.
- ^ , Italian.
- ^ Marginalia - Milano, Biblioteca Trivulziana, Triv. Inc. A125