Bolognini, Luigi an Italian doctor of laws, was born, at Bologna in 1447. Pope Julius II sent him as his legate into France, and he died after his return, at Bologna, July 19, 1508. He wrote many works on the civil and canon law, which were printed in his lifetime, and he was zealous in correcting the text of the Pandects; but his work entitled Eszenadationes Jurtis Civilis was not printed until 1516, after his death. Besides other works, he is said to have written a Historia Summorum Pontificum, which, if it exist, has never been printed. See Landon, Eccles. Dict. s.v., Hoefer, Nouv. Biog. Generale, s.v.