13 Historia et ius [i] (2018)

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HISTORIA ET IUS - NUMBER   13


1)  Natalino Irti, Roman Law categories in the hermeneutical debate
2)  Giuseppina De Giudici, The royal patronage in the dialectic of powers: Savoyard Sardinia (1720-
    1773)
3)  Giordano Ferri, Between dogmatism and antidogmatism. Accounts about civil procedural studies at
    Roman  Sapienza University
4)  Francesco Godano, Ippolito Marsili's enigmatic biography. First notes: the personal sphere and the
    education
5)  Carlotta Latini, The emergency and the mischance. Earthquake, war and extraordinary powers in
    Italy at the beginnings of the Twentieth century
6)  Giuseppe Mazzanti, A possible Tridentine marriage. The solemnis traductio ad domum of the bride-
    to-be
7)  Gustavo Adolfo  Nobile Mattei, Tuve amor, y tengo honor. Revenge  and justice in a drama by
    Calder6n de la Barca
8)  Andrea Pennini, The suppression of the regular orders in Napoleonic Piedmont
9)  Gian Paolo Trifone, The political element in the criminal law interpretation according to the
    doctrine of the fascist period
10) The Italian legal thought. Bibliographies of Philosophy of Law, Italian History of Law, Roman Law,
    Civil, Commercial, Maritime, Aeronautical Law, Civil Procedural Law (1941) - by Dario Di Cecca,
    Giordano Ferri, Matteo Marcattili
11) Paolo Angelini, Again about the history of law and Slavic topics: origin and development of the
    subject (1800-1870)
12) Julien Boudon, The  mixed  systems  and  the category of  semi-presidential regimes. The
    constitutional qualification of the 5th Republic
13) Elisa Mongiano, Et licet non soleat consilium.... A decision of a Savoyard Supreme Court at the
    beginnings of the modern age
14) Giovanni Rossi, Rhetoric and Law in the Civil Glossators' works: the allegorical proems
15) Letizia Solazzi, Remarks about The consent of the offended one (1924) by Filippo Grispigni
16) Giancarlo Vallone, Interpreting the Liber Augustalis
17) Comparing the law systems in an historical research: the stratagems, the methods, the resources
    (texts by Sylvain Soleil, Luisa Brunori, Claire de Blois, Romain Broussais, Elodie Coutant, Thea
    Martial Dougbo)

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