Giasone del Maino

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Giasone del Maino (Jason de Mayno) (1435–1519) was an Italian jurist. With his pupil Filippo Decio he was one of the last of the Bartolist commentators on Roman law.[1]


He was considered to be the illegitimate son of the patrician Andreotto del Maino.[2] He was brought up in Milan, and taught at the University of Pavia from 1471 to 1485. After a few years in Padua he returned to Pavia, where in 1507 he made a speech welcoming Louis XII of France.[3] In that year Andrea Alciato came to Pavia to study with him and others.[4]


  1. ^ Peter Stein, Roman Law in European History (1999), p. 77; Google Books.
  2. ^ Ortensio Landim Paradossi, cioè, Sentenze fuori del comun parere (2000), p. 187 note 11; Google Books.
  3. ^ Jean de Pins, Letters and Letter Fragments (2007), p. 81 note 2; Google Books.
  4. ^ Peter G. Bietenholz, Thomas Brian Deutscher, Contemporaries of Erasmus: a biographical register of the Renaissance and Reformation (2003), Volumes 1-3, p. 23; Google Books

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