Studi Per Giovanni Nicosia

Author:
Editor: Giuffrè Editore
ISBN: 8814135126
Size: 10,64 MB
Format: PDF
Read: 733
Download Read Online


Studi Per Giovanni Nicosia

Author:
Editor:
ISBN:
Size: 14,35 MB
Format: PDF
Read: 885
Download Read Online


Obligations In Roman Law

Author: Thomas McGinn
Editor: University of Michigan Press
ISBN: 047202857X
Size: 16,46 MB
Format: PDF, Kindle
Read: 818
Download Read Online

Long a major element of classical studies, the examination of the laws of the ancient Romans has gained momentum in recent years as interdisciplinary work in legal studies has spread. Two resulting issues have arisen, on one hand concerning Roman laws as intellectual achievements and historical artifacts, and on the other about how we should consequently conceptualize Roman law. Drawn from a conference convened by the volume's editor at the American Academy in Rome addressing these concerns and others, this volume investigates in detail the Roman law of obligations—a subset of private law—together with its subordinate fields, contracts and delicts (torts). A centuries-old and highly influential discipline, Roman law has traditionally been studied in the context of law schools, rather than humanities faculties. This book opens a window on that world. Roman law, despite intense interest in the United States and elsewhere in the English-speaking world, remains largely a continental European enterprise in terms of scholarly publications and access to such publications. This volume offers a collection of specialist essays by leading scholars Nikolaus Benke, Cosimo Cascione, Maria Floriana Cursi, Paul du Plessis, Roberto Fiori, Dennis Kehoe, Carla Masi Doria, Ernest Metzger, Federico Procchi, J. Michael Rainer, Salvo Randazzo, and Bernard Stolte, many of whom have not published before in English, as well as opening and concluding chapters by editor Thomas A. J. McGinn.

The Oxford Handbook Of Roman Law And Society

Author: Clifford Ando
Editor: Oxford University Press
ISBN: 0191044423
Size: 12,39 MB
Format: PDF, Kindle
Read: 933
Download Read Online

The Handbook is intended to survey the landscape of contemporary research and chart principal directions of future inquiry. Its aim is to bring to bear upon Roman legal study the full range of intellectual resources of contemporary legal history, from comparison to popular constitutionalism, from international private law to law and society. This unique contribution of the volumesets it apart from others in the field. Furthermore, the volume brings the study of Roman law into closer alignment, and thus into dialogue, with historical, sociological, and anthropological research in law in other periods. The volume is therefore directed not simply to ancient historians and legal historians already focused on the ancient world, but to historians of all periods interested in law and its complex and multifaceted relationship to society.

Letting And Hiring In Roman Legal Thought 27 Bce 284 Ce

Author: Paul Du Plessis
Editor: BRILL
ISBN: 9004229450
Size: 12,36 MB
Format: PDF
Read: 103
Download Read Online

This book is a fundamental reassessment of one of the most important commercial contracts in Roman law. By drawing on legal and non-legal source material, this book seeks to assess the development of the contract in light of Roman legal thought.

Medieval Rome

Author: Chris Wickham
Editor: OUP Oxford
ISBN: 0191030902
Size: 20,99 MB
Format: PDF, Kindle
Read: 613
Download Read Online

Medieval Rome analyses the history of the city of Rome between 900 and 1150, a period of major change in the city. This volume doesn't merely seek to tell the story of the city from the traditional Church standpoint; instead, it engages in studies of the city's processions, material culture, legal transformations, and sense of the past, seeking to unravel the complexities of Roman cultural identity, including its urban economy, social history as seen across the different strata of society, and the articulation between the city's regions. This new approach serves to underpin a major reinterpretation of Rome's political history in the era of the 'reform papacy', one of the greatest crises in Rome's history, which had a resonance across the entire continent. Medieval Rome is the most systematic analysis ever made of two and a half centuries of Rome's history, one which saw centuries of stability undermined by external crisis and the long period of reconstruction which followed.

New Frontiers

Author: Paul J du Plessis
Editor: Edinburgh University Press
ISBN: 0748668195
Size: 19,41 MB
Format: PDF, ePub, Docs
Read: 244
Download Read Online

An interdisciplinary, edited collection on social science methodologies for approaching Roman legal sources. Roman law as a field of study is rapidly evolving to reflect new perspectives and approaches in research. Scholars who work on the subject are i