PAULUS de Castro (gest. nach 1441), Consilia. 2 Bde., Frankfurt am Main 1582.

PAULUS de Castro (gest. nach 1441), Consilia. 2 Bde., Frankfurt am Main 1582.

PAULUS de Castro (gest. nach 1441), Consilia Pauli de Castro volumen primum (…tertium). Hac novissima vero editione ab innumeris erroribus… comperiebantur M.D. Leonardi a Lege…summo studio vindicata. Frankfurt am Main, Apud Ioan. Feyerab. Impensis Sigismundi Feyerabendt, 1582. 4to. (Reprint Vico Verlag, Frankfurt am Main 2014) (I:) Druckersignet, 246, (16) gezählte Blätter; (II:) Ttlbl. mit Druckersignet, 230, (12) gez.Bll.; (III:) Ttlbl. mit Druckersignet, 39, (6) gez.Bll. (=1.100 S.) 3 parts in 2 half-linen volumes. Order-no.: IC-67 ISBN 3-936840-06-7 available Unter allen Kommentatoren war er der wichtigste „Konsiliator“ überhaupt. Dies liegt auch an der Qualität seiner Rechtsgutachten (consilia).


Order Number: 492DB

This volume contains the legal opinions that Paulus de Castro had written up to 1440. The epoch of the commentators stands out for its comprehensive consilia literature, which led the great German legal historian Franz Wieacker to speak of an epoch of the consiliatores. Paulus de Castro is the consiliator par excellence among practitioners of Roman law. Important for Germany and a milestone for the reception history of Roman law is that the “consilia” of Paulus de Castro was the first collection of this nature ever to be published in Germany (Nuremberg 1485). Paulus de Castro (born in Castro about 1370-dec. after 1441) studied under Baldus de Ubaldis in Perugia. In Avignon he graduated as doctor urtriusque iuris and thereafter was a professor of law at a number of universities: Siena (1390), Avignon (1394-1412), Bologna, Perugia and Padua (1429). In 1416, he played a definitive part in the work on reforming the statutes of Florence. The quality of his work in legal practice was also the basis for his worldwide fame over many centuries. Savigny praises the academic approach of Paulus de Castro, in which he even believes to see the seeds of a critical treatment of the legal sources. For example, Paulus de Castro used an old manuscript of the Pandects, at that time in Avignon and since the 18th century held in the Vatican. His is the most complete commentary in the 15th century on the corpus iuris civilis. It is based to a significant extent on the lectures held by Paulus de Castro at Padua and Avignon. Coing, Handbuch I, 376 & 340.

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