1 Historia et ius [i] (2012)

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HISTORIA  ET IUS - NUMBER  1


1) A new journal by Paolo Alvazzi del Frate and Giovanni Rossi

2) Mario Caravale, How to ensure the rights of individuals and nations? Through constitutional freedom.
The first courses of constitutional law in Rome after unification.

3) Nicola Picardi, To the origins of Vatican jurisdiction.

4) Carmine Punzi, The Supreme Court from keeper to new source of law?

5) Nicoletta Sarti, Between trade and science of law. The difficult professionalism of the medieval lawyer.

6) Giuseppe Mazzanti, Re- reading the Gemona del Friuli's constitutions.

7) Andrea Marchisello, The principle of the process: observations about the origin of the judicium under the
Speculum  aureum by Roberto Maranta  (1476-1534?)

8) Michele Pifferi, The mandatum under criminal law doctrine in '500. Argumentative fictions and punitive
logics.

9) Cristina Ciancio, Unity of jurisdiction and unity of the nation. The priority of the justice under the Italian
debate on the commercial courts (1861-1888)

10) Damigela  Hoxha, Albanian  criminal code, first investigations on the criminal experience in Albania
during the years of Fascism

11) Jacques Bouineau, Ludvig Holberg and the religious question

12) Francesco Mastroberti, The Liber Belial: An European work between  law and theology. Introductory
notes for an ongoing research project

13) Francesco Romano-Maria  Teresa Sagri, Technologies for law history: lexical archives of the CNR

14) Dario  Di Cecca, Justice and constitutions in Napoleonic Europe  (about  Antonio Grilli, 11 difficile
amalgama.  Giustizia e codici nell'Europa di Napoleone)

15) Giordano Ferri, For an history of modern and contemporary law (about Mario Caravale, Storia del diritto
nell'Europa moderna e contemporanea)

16) Xavier Godin, History of the justice in France (about Jean-Pierre Royer, Jean-Paul Jean, Bernard Durand,
Nicolas Derasse et Bruno Dubois, Histoire de lajustice en France du XVIlle siecle a nosjours)

17) Massimo   Nardozza, Romanistic tradition and new  dimensions  of the science of law (about Laura
Solidoro Maruotti, La tradizione romanistica nel diritto europeo)

18) Gaetano  Silvestri, On the modernity (about Federico Martino, 11 volo notturno delle streghe. 11 Sabba
della modernita)

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