, son of the preceding, was born at Daventer in 1554, and became one of the most celebrated
, son of the preceding,
was born at Daventer in 1554, and became one of the most
celebrated lawyers in the Netherlands. He studied at Cologne, Erfurt, Marpurg, Wittemberg, and Basil, at which
last place he took his doctor’s degree in 1579. He afterwards taught law at WittemHerg for a year, and at Erfurt
for two years, and returned then to his own country, where
he was appointed burgomaster of Daventer in 1586, and
the year following professor at Leyden, where he died
May 27, 1627. His principal works were: 1. “
et conciliationes earundem controversiarum juris, Cent. II.”
1621. 2. “
Methodus Feudorum,” Leyden, 8vo. 3.
Aphorismi politici,” first collected by Lambert Danseus,
and enlarged by Bronchorst, probably a good book, as it
was prohibited at Rome in 1646.