PETRUS BALDUS DE UBALDIS (1327–1406) ,
See also:Italian jurist, a member of the
See also:family of the Ubaldi (Baldeschi), was
See also:born at
See also:Perugia in 1327, and studied
See also:law there under
See also:Bartolus, being admitted to the degree of
See also:doctor of•civil law at the early age of seventeen . Federicus Petrucius of
See also:Siena is said to have been the
See also:master under whom he studied
See also:canon law . Upon his
See also:pro-motion to the doctorate he at once proceeded to Bologna, where he taught law for three years; after which he was advanced to a professorship at Perugia, where he remained for
See also:thirty-three years . He taught law subsequently at Pisa, at Florence, at
See also:Padua and at
See also:Pavia, at a
See also:time when the
See also:schools of law in those
See also:universities disputed the palm with the school of Bologna . He died at Pavia on the 28th of .
See also:April 1406 . The extant
See also:works of Baldus hardly bear out the
See also:great reputation whicll he acquiredamongst his contemporaries, due partly to the active
See also:part he took in public affairs, and partly to the fame he acquired by his consultations, of which five volumes have been published (
See also:Frankfort, 1589) . Baldus was the master of
See also:Pierre Roger de
See also:Beaufort, who became
See also:pope under the title of
See also:Gregory XI., and whose immediate successor, Urban VI., summoned Baldus to Rome to assist him by his consultations in 138o against the
See also:Clement VII .
See also:Cardinal de Zabarella and Paulus
See also:Castrensis were also amongst his pupils . His Commentary on the
See also:Liber Feudorum; is considered to be one of the best of his works, which were unfortunately
See also:left by him for the most part in an incomplete state . His
See also:Angelus (1328–1407) and Petal's (1335–1400) were of almost equal
See also:eminence witll himself as jurists .
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