GOFFREDUS DE TRANO (gest.1245), Summa Goffredi. Venedig 1586.

GOFFREDUS DE TRANO (gest.1245), Summa Goffredi. Venedig 1586.

GOFFREDUS DE TRANO (gest.1245), Summa Goffredi de Trano in titulos Decretalium. omnibus nedum Pontificii & Caesarei iuris studiosis, verumetiam & religiosis cuiuscunque ordinis utilis ac necessaria. Hac postera editione a Leonardo a LEGE Mantuano recognita. Venedig, Apud Ioannem Baptistam Hugolinum, 1586. Oktav. (Reprint Vico Verlag, Frankfurt am Main 2014) Titelblatt mit Druckersignet, (31), 243num.Bll. Halbleinen. Order-no.: IC-57 ISBN 3-936840-97-0

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The Summa Goffredi, written between 1241 and 1243, was one of the most important textbooks on the Decretals in the Middle Ages. Goffredus de Trano, pupil of the glossator Azo, a canonist and capellanus to the Roman curia, created a work that is comparable to Azoni’s Summa and was used throughout Europe up to the end of the 16th century. Roman law has also been included to a great extent in the Summa Goffredi. The Summa Goffredi was first printed by Johann Guldenschaff in Cologne in 1481. For more than 400 years, this textbook played a part in legal teaching. Goffredus, born about 1200 in Trani, Apulia, studied under Azo in the 1220s and, like his teacher, went on to teach in Bologna. He died in 1245 whilst attending the Council of Lyon. Elsewhere, the Summa Goffredi was to exercise an influence beyond the university and the courts, for example in Scotland: In the 14th century a number of legal books were written in Scotland that acquired the respect given to the statutes themselves. The most important of these, “Regiam Maiestatem”, was attributed to King David I. of Scotland, but one third of it was Goffredus’ Summa. Roman law is treated comprehensively in the Summa Goffredi. Goffredus cites: Azo, Bulgarus, Johannes Bassianus, Albericus de Porte Ravennate, Hugolinus, Martinus, Nicolaus Furiosus. Vgl. Helmut Coing, Handbuch der Quellen und Literatur der Neueren Europäischen Privatrechtsgeschichte. Erster Band Mittelalter (1100-1500) Die Gelehrten Rechte und die Gesetzgebung, München 1973. I, 378 (4. Abschnitt: Die kanonistische Literatur von K. W. Nörr, ), J. Fr. v. Schulte, Die Geschichte der Quellen und Literatur von Gratian bis auf die Gegenwart. Stuttgart 1877. Bd. II, 88-91 (Nachdruck Vico Verlag Frankfurt am Main 2008); St. Kuttner SDHI 6 (1940) 124-131 (Studia et documenta historiae et iuris, Rom). Selection of prints of Summa Goffredi: Köln 1481: Johann Guldenschaff Köln 1488: Ludwig von Renchen Basel 1487: Venedig 1491: Bernardinus Stagninus de Tridino Venedig 1502: Philippus Pincius aus Mantua Lyon 1519 Venedig 1564, 1570, 1586 Padua 1667 Manuscripts: vgl. Schulte, II, 89, Fußnote 5 (a.a.O.) Arras, Avignon, Bamberg, Berlin, Bologna, Breslau, Chartres, Douai, Erlangen, Darmstadt, Florenz, Grenoble, Halle, Hildesheim, Innsbruck, Köln, Laon, Leipzig, Lucca, Melk, München, Olmütz, Paris, Prag, St. Omer, Toulouse, Tours, Troyes, Venedig, Verona, Wien, Wolfenbüttel.

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