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Diodorus Tuldenus

Diodorus Tuldenus

Professor of civil law
Diodorus Tuldenus
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Intro Professor of civil law
Was Jurist Academic Professor
From Belgium
Type Academia Education Law
Gender male
Birth 1590, 's-Hertogenbosch, 's-Hertogenbosch, North Brabant, Netherlands
Death 16 November 1645, Mechelen, Arrondissement of Mechelen, Antwerp, Belgium (aged 55 years)
Education
Old University of Leuven
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Biography

Diodorus Tuldenus, born Theodoor van Tulden (died 16 November, 1645) was regius professor of Civil Law at the University of Leuven.

Life

Tuldenus was born in 's-Hertogenbosch at an unknown date in the late 16th century, the son of Nicolas Van Tulden, a lawyer who served on the city council. He then attended the University of Leuven, where he studied moral and political philosophy under Erycius Puteanus and thereafter law. Graduating in 1615, he returned to 's-Hertogenbosch and joined the city administration. In 1620 he obtained the chair in civil law at the university, with dispensation for his lack of a doctorate. He obtained the doctorate of law in 1633. In 1645 he was appointed to the Great Council of Mechelen, the highest court of appeal in the Spanish Netherlands. He died in Mechelen on 16 November 1645, only four months after taking up the position.

He was married to Catherine-Claire van Grevenbroeck, and one of their sons, Florent Tuldenus, later himself became a councillor of the Great Council.

Works

Commentarius ad Codicem iustinianeum, 1712 edition
  • Dissertationum Socraticarum libri duo. Leuven, 1620.
  • De principiis jurisprudentiae libri quatuor. Leuven, P. Dormalius, 1621
  • Ad Institutionum juris civilis Imperatoris Justiniani libros quatuor commentarius. Leuven, 1622. A commentary on the Institutes of Justinian, dedicated to Jacobus Boonen.
  • De causis corruptorum judiciorum et remediis libri quatuor. Cologne, 1624. Dedicated to the States of Brabant.
  • De jurisprudentia extemporali sive series regularum. 2 vols., Leuven, 1628-1629.
  • De cognitione sui libri quinque. Leuven, 1630. Dedicated to Antwerp city council.
  • Initiamenta jurisprudentiae tredecim orationibus auspicalibus comprehensa. Leuven, 1633. Dedicated to François de Kinschot.
  • Commentarius ad codicem Justinianeum. Louvain, 1651. A commentary on the Codex Justinianus.
  • Opera omnia. 4 vols., Leuven, Gilles Denique, 1702–1712.

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