Dominic of St Geminian

Dominic Of St. Geminian a famous canonist of the 15th century, was a native of San Geminiano, in Florence. After completing his studies, he became in 1407 vicar-general to the bishop of Modena, took part in 1409 in the synod of Pisa, and was for many years professor at Bologna, where he died. He wrote, Commentaria Propria Diligentissinme Castigata in Decretum (edited by P. Albignac, Venice, 1504): — Commentarius in Sextum (Venice, 1558, 1579): — Consiliat et Responsa, (Leyden, 1533; Venice, 1550). Comp. Schulte, Geschichte ders Quellen und Literatur des canonischen Rechts, 2:295 (Stuttgart, 1877); Streber, in Wetzer u. Welte's Kirchen-Lexikon, s.v. (B.P.)

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