Tiberio Deciani (or Decianus) (1509–1582) was an Italian jurist working in the tradition of Renaissance humanism. Born in Udine, Deciani studied the humaniora and then law in Padua, where he attained a doctorate in 1529. He practiced law in Udine and became a member of the city council. In 1544, he moved his practice to Venice, and in 1547 he began to teach law at Padua.

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  • Tiberio Deciani (o Decianus) (1509–1582) era un jurista italiano que trabajó durante el humanismo renacentista. Nacido en Údine, Deciani estudió primero humanidades y después derecho en Padua, donde logró un doctorado en 1529. Trabajó como abogado en Údine y llegó a ser miembro del ayuntamiento. En 1544 se trasladó a Venecia, y en 1547 regresó a Padua para enseñar derecho. La obra de Deciani fue innovadora en varios campos que en su tiempo estaban poco desarrollados, por estar fuera del alcance dell derecho común. En su Tractatus criminalis (publicado póstumamente en 1590), fue el primer autor en tratar sobre principios generales del derecho penal, es decir, sobre asuntos del tratamiento de delitos individuales y las etapas que debía seguir el procedimiento. Notablemente, incluye la primera formulación de los conceptos de elementos objetivo y subjetivo de un acto criminal. Estas ideas son, en derecho común tradicional, aproximadamente equivalente a los elementos criminales. (es)
  • Tiberio Deciani (or Decianus) (1509–1582) was an Italian jurist working in the tradition of Renaissance humanism. Born in Udine, Deciani studied the humaniora and then law in Padua, where he attained a doctorate in 1529. He practiced law in Udine and became a member of the city council. In 1544, he moved his practice to Venice, and in 1547 he began to teach law at Padua. Deciani's work was innovative in several fields that were at his time sparsely developed because they were outside the scope of the ius commune tradition. His most pioneering work was in criminal law. In his Tractatus criminalis (published posthumously 1590), he was the first author to discuss general principles of criminal law, i.e. matters beyond the treatment of individual crimes and stages of procedure. Notably, it includes the first formulation of the concepts of the objective and subjective constituent elements of a criminal act. These notions are, in the common law tradition, roughly equivalent to the criminal elements. (en)
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  • Tiberio Deciani (o Decianus) (1509–1582) era un jurista italiano que trabajó durante el humanismo renacentista. Nacido en Údine, Deciani estudió primero humanidades y después derecho en Padua, donde logró un doctorado en 1529. Trabajó como abogado en Údine y llegó a ser miembro del ayuntamiento. En 1544 se trasladó a Venecia, y en 1547 regresó a Padua para enseñar derecho. (es)
  • Tiberio Deciani (or Decianus) (1509–1582) was an Italian jurist working in the tradition of Renaissance humanism. Born in Udine, Deciani studied the humaniora and then law in Padua, where he attained a doctorate in 1529. He practiced law in Udine and became a member of the city council. In 1544, he moved his practice to Venice, and in 1547 he began to teach law at Padua. (en)
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