||To challenge the opinion that in the second half of the fourteenth century there was a gap in the production of scholastic exegetical works, this paper discusses nine commentaries on the Tegni that were produced in Padua, Perugia and Bologna and transmitted mostly in the form of recollectiones by students. Their authors were Giovanni Dondi dall’Orologio, Albertino Rinaldi da Salso, Giovanni Santasofia, Antonio da Scarperia, Cristoforo Degli Onesti, Marsilio Santasofia, and the author of Vatican Lat. MS 4472. The interpretation of the Galenic latitudo sanitatis was of central importance in these commentaries and was the focal point for two brief intoductions to the first book of the Tegni, written by Bolognino and Pietro d’Arezzo. Bolognino’s text is edited in an appendix to this paper.