16 Historia et ius [i] (2019)

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                                  Historia et ius
                  Open Access Peer-Reviewed Journal - ISSN 2279-7416
                          International Journal of Legal History
                             Directory of Open Access Journals DOAJ

                               Issue 16 (December 2019)

Topics and issues
   *   1) Riccardo Ferrante, Law, justice and sovereignty in XVI century France. Notes for a
       history of the legality in continental Europe -[DOI 10.32064/16.2019.01]
   *   2) Dario Luongo, Giuseppe Grippa: a Feudality Defensor, Following Beccaria -[DOI
       10.32064 /16.2019.02]
   *   3) Giovanni Rossi, A spark of being into the lifeless thing: Mary Shelley's creature
       between right to happiness and utopia denied - [DOI 10.32064/16.2019.03]

Studies (blind peer reviewed)
   *   4) Raffaella Bianchi Riva, The defence of obedience to superior orders in Italian
       transitional justice: law, ethics and politics -[DOI 10.32064/16.2019.04]
   *   5) Pierpaolo Bonacini, Justice and Military Organisation in the Duchy of Este in the first
       Modern Age (XVI-XVII Centuries)- [DOI 10.32064/16.2019.05]
   *   6) Francesco Campobello, Bianca Guidetti Serra's Work and the Twentieth Century
       Paradigm Shift in Adoption Law - [DOI 10.32064/16.2019.06]
   *   7) Angelina Cirillo, The Francesco M. de Robertis' Middle Ages. Profiles of historico-
       juridical research of the XX century - [DOI 10.32064/16.2019.07]
   *   8) Francesco D'Urso, Estates in search for an owner. The XIX century evolution of the
       ecclesiastical benefice, with particular reference to German legal science -[DOI
       10.32064 /16.2019.08]
   *   9) Alessia Di Stefano, State legislation, judicial decisions and diplomatic initiatives for
       the protection of Italian migrants in the United States between the end of the
       Nineteenth Century and the beginning of the Twentieth Century: an ongoing research -
       [DOI 10.32064/16.2019.09]
   *   10) Tiziana Ferreri, The Legal Status of Foreigner and the 'Albinaggio' Right: the
       Contribution of the Canonistic to the Scientia iuris of the Intermediate Age - [DOI
       10.32064 /16.2019.10]
   *   11) Emanuela Fugazza, The italian judicial-commercial science after the unification of
       the country. The scientific debuts of Alberto Marghieri, Adolfo Sacerdoti, David
       Supino -[DOI 10.32064/16.2019.11]
   *   12) Elisabetta Fusar Poli, The juridictions mixtes between Egypt and Europe. Cues
       from Eduardo Piola Caselli's writings and documents - [DOI 10.32064/16.2019.12]
   *   13) Giuseppe Mazzanti, Qui cure iumento etpecore coieri, more mnoria/ur:pecus quoque
       occidite (Lev 20, 15). The crime of bestiality and the death penalty for animals in modern
       legal thinking- [DOI 10.32064/16.2019.13]
   *   14) Eloisa Mura, Filippo Vassalli from the Initial Studies of Roman Law to the Genoese
       Chair of Civil Law (1907-1918) - [DOI 10.32064/16.2019.14]
   *   15) Sandro Notari, The Turiozzi Commission and the Pope Leo XII's reform of civil
       judicial system (1823-1824)- [DOI 10.32064/16.2019.15]
   *   16) Andrea Panzarola, ludex secundum allegata e/proba/a paiium) iudicare debet. About an
       ancient brocardo and a recent interpretation - [DOI 10.32064/16.2019.16]

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