Giasone del Maino
He was considered to be the illegitimate son of the patrician Andreotto del Maino. 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. In that year Andrea Alciato came to Pavia to study with him and others.
- Peter Stein, Roman Law in European History (1999), p. 77; Google Books.
- Ortensio Landim Paradossi, cioè, Sentenze fuori del comun parere (2000), p. 187 note 11; Google Books.
- Jean de Pins, Letters and Letter Fragments (2007), p. 81 note 2; Google Books.
- 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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