5 edition of Speculum iuris found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Other titles||Roman law as a reflection of social and economic life in antiquity.|
|Statement||edited by Jean-Jacques Aubert and Boudewijn Sirks.|
|Contributions||Aubert, Jean-Jacques, 1958-, Sirks, Adriaan Johan Boudewijn.|
|LC Classifications||KJA190 .S69 2002|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vii, 203 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||203|
|LC Control Number||2001007710|
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EXPANDED STYLE GUIDE – SPECULUM JURIS Since the journal will be published by Lexis-Nexis Butterworths Publishers, we have resolved to adopt, with only minor variations, the referencing style of articles in the THRHR for the book.
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This book demonstrates clearly that Roman law was not divorced from the realities of daily life, even if some jurists may have been working with purely hypothetical cases.
Speculum Iuris provides a multidisciplinary approach to the question of the interplay of legal and social forces in the Roman world. Speculum Iuris: Roman Law as a Reflection of Social and Economic Life in Antiquity [Aubert, Jean-Jacques, Sirks, Boudewijn] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.
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The medieval genre of speculum literature, popular from the twelfth through the sixteenth centuries, was inspired by the urge to Speculum iuris book encyclopedic knowledge within a single work. However, some of these works have a restricted scope and function as instructional manuals.
In this sense encyclopedias and speculum are similar but they are not the same genre. This book demonstrates clearly that Roman law was not divorced from the realities of daily life, even if some jurists may have been working with purely hypothetical cases. Speculum Iuris provides a multidisciplinary approach to the question of the interplay of legal and social forces in the Roman world.
As such, it will be a helpful study for Author: Jean-Jacques Aubert. Speculum iuris Gulielmi Durandi, episcopi Mimatensis, I.V.D. cum Io. And. Baldi de Vbaldis, aliorumque aliquot praestantiss. iurisc. theorematibus. Nunc denuo ab innumeris, quibus antea scatebat, erroribus atque mendis summa industria, & labore repurgatum.
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SPECULUM IURIS: ROMAN LAW AS A REFLECTION OF SOCIAL AND ECONOMIC LIFE IN ANTIQUITY. SPECULUM AUREUM et LUMEN ADVOCATORUM PRAXIS CIVILIS novissime recognitum. by MARANTA Roberto, di Venosa (Do. Roberti Marantae Venusini) and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at Guillaume Durand, or William Durand (c.
– November 1, ), also known as Durandus, Duranti or Durantis, from the Italian form of Durandi filius, as he sometimes signed himself, was a French canonist and liturgical writer, and Bishop of Mende.
Speculum style sheet (rev. October ) Most of the prescriptions that follow are concerned with citation style. For matters not discussed here, authors should refer to recent issues of the journal. For usage issues not found in Speculum, authors should consult the 16th edition of The Chicago Manual of Style (Chicago, ).
The general. The purpose of Speculum literature – speculum is Latin for “mirror” – was to provide readers with a summary of Christian doctrine, while proving the connection between the Old and New Testaments, according to the Medieval theory of um manuscripts were highly structured: each chapter was contained in a two-page opening with four columns, the first one dedicated to an.
Speculum historiale, part of Speculum Maius the "Great Mirror" written by Vincent of Beauvais. Speculum Humanae Salvationis, the "Mirror of human salvation", written c.perhaps by Ludolph of Saxony.
Speculum judiciale, or Speculum iuris, the "Mirror for Judges", written by Guillaume Durand. Author of Rationale divinorum officiorum, Speculum iudiciale, Repertorium aureum iuris canonici, Tractatus de modo generalis concilii celebrandi, Rationale diuinorum officiorum, The Sacred vestments, Speculum juris, Speculum juris cum Joannis Andreae, Baldi de Ubaldis theorematibusWritten works: The symbolism of churches and church ornaments, The Rationale Divinorum Officiorum.
This banner text can have markup. web; books; video; audio; software; images; Toggle navigation. The medieval genre of speculum literature, popular from the twelfth through the sixteenth centuries, was inspired by the urge to encompass encyclopedic knowledge within a single work.
The modern equivalent is a summary survey, in the sense of a survey article in a scholarly journal that summarizes a field of research. The speculum image, of the mirror that reflects far and wide, was drawn from.
Charles Donahue, Jr., Ethical Standards for Advocates and Proctors of the Court of Ely () Revisited, in Studies in Canon Law and Common Law in Honor of R.H. Helmholz (Troy L. Harris ed., The Robbins Collection ). Speculum iuris Guilielmi Durandi Episcopi Mimatensis, I.V.D. cum Io. And Baldi de Vbaldis, aliorumq[ue] aliquot praestantiss.
iurisc. theorematibus.: Nunc denuo ab innumeris, quibus antea scatebat, erroribus atque mendis summa industria, & labore repurgatum. Free Online Library: Another new fragment of Speculum vitae.(Nota Bene: Brief Notes on Manuscripts and Early Printed Books: Highlighting Little-known or Recently Uncovered Items or Related Issues, Essay) by "The Journal of the Early Book Society for the Study of Manuscripts and Printing History"; Literature, writing, book reviews Manuscripts, English (Middle) Middle English manuscripts.
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This book has been cited by the following publications. anyone seeking to understand Rome in the late republican and early imperial periods must not neglect The Freedman [in the Roman World].’ in Speculum Iuris.
Roman Law as a Reflection of Social and Economic Life in Antiquity ed. Aubert, J.-J. and Sirks, B. (Ann Arbor) Cited by: Cambridge Core - Ancient History - Slaves to Rome - by Myles Lavan.
Skip to main Email your librarian or administrator to recommend adding this book to your organisation's collection. Slaves to Rome in J. Aubert and B. Sirks, eds., Speculum Iuris. Michigan: 94 – Baczko, B. (), Les imaginaires sociaux: mémoires et espoirs Author: Myles Lavan.
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Another New Fragment of Speculum Vitae. By Weiskott, Eric. Read preview. Article excerpt. In the Beinecke Library, the printed book with the shelfmark is a copy of the De regulis iuris of Dinus de Mugello (b.
) printed at Lyons in Two strips of vellum cut to about 25xmm were used as endpaper guards in this copy. Verboven, Koenraad. Review of: AUBERT Jean-Jacques & SIRKS Boudewijn (edd.), Speculum Iuris. Roman Law as Reflection of Social and Economic Life in Antiquity, Ann Arbor, The University of Michigan Press, (including The Book of the First Monks) “In these ten books, it will be possible to learn enough of the truth about the Carmelites so as to devoutly studyFile Size: 1MB.
Book Description: InPublic Justice and the Criminal Trial in Late Medieval Italy, Joanna Carraway Vitiello considers the criminal trial at the end of the fourteenth century, and its function as a vehicle for dispute resolution and for prosecution in the public interest. The book is organized thematically.
Chapters 2 through 8 treat contractual obligation, moving from theoretical or doctrinal concerns to discussions of application, practice, or enforcement. Chapter 9, which considers both contract and delict, serves as a pivot to Chapters 10 thro which focus exclusively on.
Speculum Iuris. Jean-Jacques Aubert. 09 Jul Hardback. US$ Add to basket. Speculum Style Sheet (Rev. October ) Most of the prescriptions that follow are concerned with citation style. For matters not discussed here, authors should refer to recent issues of the journal.
For usage issues not found in Speculum, authors should consult the 17th edition of The Chicago Manual of Style (Chicago, ). I shall discuss the important compositional changes that characterize the development of cardinals seals in Rome during the later 13th.
century, and their possible signification. They are, I believe, illuminating in a number of ways-they clarify the manner in which contemporaries thought about and described their seals, the design changes that actually took place during the period, and the Author: Julian Gardner.
INCONSISTENCY IN JUDICIAL DECISIONS: THE RIGHT TO LIFE IN PERSPECTIVE. KGOROHLO MICRO MOABELO. Submitted in accordance with the requirements for the degree. MASTER OF LAWS. SPECULUM IURIS. Rhodes University Publication. TABLE OF CONTENTS.
DECLARATION ii. ACKNOWLEDGMENTS iii. "McGinn assembled an all-star cast of contributors, who have now produced a dozen studies on obligation in Roman law. [They] have succeeded in assembling a volume that demonstrates to classicists and other students of antiquity the value—indeed the necessity —of learning to think like a lawyer when confronting one of the great monuments of Roman civilization, its law.".
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Their target, the pan-European Romano-canonical “common law,” was based on academic elaborations of Justinian's Corpus iuris civilis, Gratian's Decretum, and succeeding books of papal judgments or by: 3.
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