Arluno, Bernard

, a noble Milanese, applied to the study of law, and followed the profession at Pavia and | Padua. He is the author of a “History of the Wars of Venice,” printed by Burmann, and of another of his native country, which he left in manuscript. The time of his death is not ascertained, but it appears he flourished towards the end of the fifteenth century. The works of his brother Peter, a learned physician, were published in folio, at Milan, in 1539. 1


Dict. Hist. Biog. Universelle.