Berardi, Carlo Sebastiano

Berardi, Carlo Sebastiano a famous Italian canonist, was born at Oneglia, Aug. 26, 1719. He studied theology among the Piarists at Savona, received holy orders, and afterwards betook himself to the study of jurisprudence, especially of canon law. In 1749 he was appointed prefect of the Law-college at the Royal Academy; in 1754, professor of law at the University of Turin, and died in 1768. He wrote, Gratiani Canones, Genuini ab Apocryphis Discreti, Corrupti ad Emnendatiorum Codicumn Fidem BExacti, Dificiliores Commoda Interpretatione Illustrati (Taur. 1752-57; Venet. 1777, 1783): — De Variis Sacror. Canonum Collectionibus ante Gratianum, printed with the foregoing: — Commentaria in Jus Ecclesiasticum Universum (Taur. 1766 sq.; Venet. 1778, 1789; Laureti, 1847): — Institutiones Juris Ecclesiastici (Taur. 1769). See Mazzuchelli. Gli Scrittori d' Itala, ii, 2, 910; Vallauri, Storia delle Universita degli Studi del Piemonte, iii, 219; Schulte, Geschichte der Quellen und Literatur des canonischen Rechts, iii, 1, 524; Mohler, in Wetzer u. Welte's Kirchen- Lexikon, s.v.; Hoefer, Nouv. Biog. Generale, s.v. (B. P.)

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