Charles Annibal Fabrot
Charles Annibal Fabrot , French jurisconsult, born with Aix-en-Provence in 1580, dead the January 16th 1659, whose father, originating in Nimes (Gard), had fled his city for Aix, because of the religious persecutions undergone by the Calvinistes.
BiographyIt obtains a pulpit of law professor in 1609 which it preserves until in 1617. In same time, he follows the lawyer occupation. He was dependant with the principal characters of his time, inter alia Nicolas-Claude Fabri de Peiresc, Jerome Bignon, Guillaume of Squirrel fur and the chancellor Pierre Séguier, which attracted it with Paris. After the death of Squirrel fur (1621), it goes down again to Aix-en-Provence and exerts there at the university of the city. He becomes second professor in about it 1632 and first professor in 1636.
One owes him:
- publication and Latin translation of the Basilicas of the emperor Leon the Philosopher, Paris, 1647
- translation of Theophilus, commentator of the Institutes , 1638
- an annotated edition of Jacques Cujas, 1658, 10 volumes in-fol.
- of the essays Of In time partus , Of number puerperii , etc
- Memories to be used for the history of the famous men in the Republic of the letters , T. XXIX, Paris, 1734, p. 355-363
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