Azo marked the legal school of Bologna between 1190 and 1230. He not only is the author of some of the most influential legal writings of the Middle Ages (broadly diffused also during the Modern Era), but also took part in the social and political discussions of his times. A former student of him, Accursius is the author of the famous Apparatu Ordinarius, also tremendously influential writing.

Conte, E. (2020). Azo (ca. 1165 to ca. 1220/30) and Accursius (1182/5 to ca. 1263). In O.a.D. Condorelli (a cura di), Law and the Christian Tradition in Italy. The Legacy of the Great Jurists (pp. 56-69). Routledge.

Azo (ca. 1165 to ca. 1220/30) and Accursius (1182/5 to ca. 1263)

Emanuele Conte
2020

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Azo marked the legal school of Bologna between 1190 and 1230. He not only is the author of some of the most influential legal writings of the Middle Ages (broadly diffused also during the Modern Era), but also took part in the social and political discussions of his times. A former student of him, Accursius is the author of the famous Apparatu Ordinarius, also tremendously influential writing.
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Conte, E. (2020). Azo (ca. 1165 to ca. 1220/30) and Accursius (1182/5 to ca. 1263). In O.a.D. Condorelli (a cura di), Law and the Christian Tradition in Italy. The Legacy of the Great Jurists (pp. 56-69). Routledge.
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