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Rom und Kurie (1431–1433/35)

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This chapter begins with a discussion on the appointment of the Lodovico Pontano as a Rota judge. It discusses the origin of Rota Romana and the emergence of the collection of decisions and their weight in the jurisdiction. The chapter focuses on the traces of the Judge activity of Lodovico Pontano. It discusses the contribution of the Lodovico Pontano to the corporation education. Pontano was regarded as one of the first jurists, who had systematically incorporated Rota-decisions in his comments on civil law. The authority of the papal Rota also formed the basis of many Singularia and Consilia Lodovico Pontano. Pontano made an important contribution to a development that went through various curial authorities in this period. In addition, Pontano seems to have an unexpected new dynamic for the rights of fellow judges. The original text of the chapter is in German.

Keywords: Consilia; corporation education; Lodovico Pontano; Rota judge; Rota Romana; Singularia



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