JJP Supplement 24 (2016) Journal of Juristic Papyrology
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JJP Supplement 24 (2016) Journal of Juristic Papyrology : Recht haben und Recht bekommen im Imperium Romanum: das Gerichtswesenâ ¨der romischen Kaiserzeitt und seine dokumentarische Evidenz

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The scientific view of Roman jurisdiction is still dominated by the two major law compilations from Late Antiquity, the Codices Theodosianus and Iustinianus. Especially Modern Roman legal historians base their descriptions mostly upon these sources. However, these compilations only allow an insight into the legal system at the time of their promulgation, that is to say the end of the Vth and the VIth century AD. Even for this period, the insight is more about the intended than the actual reality, about the norm rather than its application and the problems occurring by applying Roman law. However, jurisdiction was an important element, if not the most important one, of Roman rule in Italy and the provinces; representatives of Roman power were in charge of judgments for all significant litigations. Therefore, if Rome's subjects got into contact with Roman governors or other representatives, it was mostly during litigation. The large amount of epigraphical and papyrological documents published during the last century provides much more detailed and authentic information on the reality of the legal system, its strengths and weaknesses, especially during the High Empire, than both codices. Unfortunately, until recently, this documentation has not been much used by legal historians and other researchers in Roman government. Three conferences, which took place in the Villa Vigoni at Lake Como, aimed to initiate a detailed and comprehensive discussion of these sources by publishing new documents, providing overviews of the state of source material regarding different aspects of Roman jurisdiction and discussing these aspects in detailed studies. Specialists from Germany, Italy and France took part in these discussions according to the concept of tri-national conferences. The outcome of these meetings presented in this 800 pages volume offers a detailed and updated picture of the Roman and post-Roman administration of justice since the Principate till the Late Antiquity, studied both from the side of the central institutions and from the provincial milieu. The books is thus an indispensable tool for every historian of Antiquity, not only legal ones, but also focusing on institutional history of the Empire.show more

Product details

  • Hardback | 790 pages
  • The Journal of Juristic Papyrology
  • Warsaw, Poland
  • Italian
  • 8393842530
  • 9788393842537
  • 1,200,780

Table of contents

I. Zur Gerichtspraxis zentraler Institutionen der Hohen Kaiserzeit Frederic Hurlet, Les origines de la juridiction imperiale: Imperator Caesar Augustus iudex .................... 5 Jean-Pierre Coriat, Lempereur juge et son tribunal a la fin du Principat: Un essai de synthese .................... 41 Frederic Hurlet, Entre juridiction civique et juridiction imperiale: La sphere de competences du proconsul. .................... 63 Andrea Jordens, Die Strafgerichtsbarkeit des praefectus Aegypti .................... 89 Rudolf Haensch, Im Schatten Alexandrias: Der iuridicus Aegypti et Alexandreae .................... 165 Francesca Lamberti, La giurisdizione nei municipia dell'occidente romano e il cap. 84 della lex Irnitana .................... 183 Silvia Strassi, Prassi giuridico-amministrativa nella Ï Ï Ï Î± egiziana: Fra lex romana e diritto locale .................... 213 Christopher J. Fuhrmann, How to kill a bishop: Organs of Christian persecution in the third century .................... 241 II. Zur Gerichtspraxis zentraler Institutionen der Spatantike Katharina Wojciech, Die Gerichtsbarkeit des praefectus urbi uber Senatoren unter Theoderich: Verfahrensrechtliche Kontinuitat und politischer Pragmatismus .................... 265 Rudolf Haensch, Die Protokolle der Statthaltergerichte der spatantiken Provinzen AEgyptens .................... 299 Sandra Scheuble-Reiter, Zur Rechtsprechung des curator rei publicae/Î»Î¿Î³Î¹Ï Ï Î®Ï in Oxyrhynchos .................... 325 Dominic Moreau, The papal appeal court in the sixth century: The example of the Roman Synod of 531 .................... 365 III. Strukturelle Fragen Benjamin Kelly, Petitions with requests for registration from Roman Egypt .................... 407 Bernhard Palme, Eingaben an Militars im spatantiken AEgypten .................... 457 Roberto Mascellari, La descrizione di atti criminosi e violazioni nei papiri: á½ ssÏ Î¹Ï , αἰκία, Ï Î»Î·Î³Î±á½·, ssία .................... 483 Claudia Moatti, Les erreurs de statut et l'idee de liberte dans l'espace judiciaire romain imperial jusqu'au IIIe siecle .................... 523 Alfons Burge, Typisches und Untypisches bei der Urteilsfindung .................... 561 Jean-Jacques Aubert, La validite des actes des dechus (Codex Theodosianus XV 14) .................... 581 Leanne Bablitz, Iconographic continuity in the scenes of Jesus' trial before Pilate .................... 597 IV. Neue Dokumente zur antiken Gerichtspraxis Sandra Scheuble-Reiter, Fragment mit dem Protokoll einer Verhandlung vor dem Archiereus (?) .................... 621 Claudia Kreuzsaler, Saumnisladung und Saumnisfolgen: Ein peremptorisches Edikt auf einem spatantiken Papyrus (P. Vindob. G 14475) .................... 633 Denis Feissel, Les breviatica de Kasai en Pamphylie: Un jugement du maitre des offices sous le regne de Zenon .................... 659 Indicesshow more