The postglossators or commentators formed a European legal school which arose in France in the fourteenth century. They form the highest point of development of medieval Roman law. The school of the glossators in Bologna lost its vitality, resulting in the rise of a new school of legal thought in the 14th century, centred around Orléans in France...
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(from the article `legal glossator`) ...the current legal needs of their day is open to doubt. Their discussions tended to be academic rather than practical. It was the task of their ... ...some extent by canon law. While members of the first school of thought (called glossators) confined themselves to the task of elucidating the ... ...
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