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Jacobus Balduini: probably the author of the Summa feudorum Parmensis

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The MS Parma Biblioteca Palatina 1227 contains a feudal summa which in the MS is ascribed to Jacques de Revigny. Many scholars have, rightly, disputed this attribution, without indicating, however, the name of its true author. Jacobus Balduini is suggested to be the one. This attribution is partly based on a 'profile' made of the summa and its similarity to Balduini's Libellus instructionis advocatorum. It is argued that some elements of the summa may be the work of Benedictus de Isernia, a pupil of Balduini.

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2006-10-01
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