Girolamo Aleandro, the younger

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Girolamo Aleandro, the younger (1574–1629) was a very distinguished Italian scholar. His grand-uncle Girolamo Aleandro, the elder (1480–1542) is better known and was first cardinal appointed in pectore.[1]

Aleandro the younger wrote Psalmi poenitentiales versibus elegiacis expressi (Treves, 1593), Gaii, veterie juris consulti Institutionum fragments, cum commentario (Venice, 1600),and Explicatio veteris tabulae marmorcae sons effigie symbolisque exculptae (Rome, 1616).[1]