Bartolo da Sassoferrato

Bartolo da Sassoferrato

 

(also Bartolus). Born 1314; died 1357. Italian jurist during the epoch of feudalism. Head of the school of postglossarists. Bartolo’s works, especially his commentaries on various parts of the Code of Justinian, enjoyed great authority at the end of the Middle Ages and later.

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