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Title: Rosier, Bernard de (1400-1475)
Authors: Fedele, Dante
Issue Date: 2017
Publisher: Wiley-Blackwell
Host Document: Wiley-Blackwell Encycopedia of Diplomacy
Abstract: Jurist and ecclesiastic, author of an important corpus of political and legal texts, active in the service of the Church, as a university professor and diocesan administrator, Bernard de Rosier is remembered by diplomatic historiography as the author of the Ambaxiatorum Brevilogus (1435-1436), generally considered to be “the first textbook of diplomatic practice written in Western Europe” (G. Mattingly). Rosier also wrote an account of Pierre de Foix’s 1427-1430 legation to Aragon, on which he served as secretary, and a treatise on the office of papal legate.
Publication status: accepted
KU Leuven publication type: IHb
Appears in Collections:Research Unit Roman Law and Legal History

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