Giovanni d'Andrea. This distinguished canonist was born at
Mugello, near Florence, about 1275; died 1348. He was educated at the
University of Bologna, where he afterwards became Professor of Canon law.
He had previously taught at Padua and Pisa, and his career as a lecturer
extended for nearly half a century. His works are Glossarium in
VI decretalium librum, Venice and Lyons, 1472; Glossarium
in Clementinas; Nouella, siue Commentarius in decretales
epistolas Gregorii IX, Venice, 1581; Mercuriales, siue
commentarius in regulas sexti; Liber de laudibus S.
Hieronymi; Additamenta ad speculum Durand (1347).