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4 - Jacques de Revigny

(c. 1230–1296)

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  10 May 2019

Olivier Descamps
Affiliation:
Pantheon-Assas University, Paris
Rafael Domingo
Affiliation:
Emory University, Atlanta
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The focus of this chapter is a French jurist of the late medieval period, Jacques de Revigny. The chapter surveys the information available about this jurist and places his life and academic output within the broader context of the development of the ius commune in Europe. Revigny is traditionally classified as belonging to a group of French jurists associated with the Ultramontani, a movement clustered around the University of Orléans during the thirteenth century. This chapter discusses the significance of the Ultramontani. Focusing on their methods and approaches to research and teaching, the chapter assesses the broader significance of this movement upon successive generations of legal scholars in Italy and elsewhere.
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