3 Historia et ius [i] (2013)

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HISTORIA  ET IUS - NUMBER  3


1) Mario Ascheri, Certainty of law in Middle Age

2) Jacques Bouineau, Political reading of the reference to antiquity during the French Revolution

3) Rosalba Sorice, Regulae in aedificando. The Constitutio 'Asperitatem' and southern juridical doctrine on
attempted  crime during centuries XIII-XVI

4) Cecilia Pedrazza Gorlero, Prosecution of blood. The circumstantial value of the cruentatio cadaveris in
the reflexion by Paolo Zacchia (1584-1659)

5) Ulrike MuRig, Montesquieu's mixed monarchy  model  and the indecisiveness of 19th century European
Constitutionalism between monarchical and popular sovereignty

6) Faustino Martfnez Martfnez, Re-thinking the Constituion of 1812 Cadiz and the impossible constituent

7) Alessandro Riccioni, The codification of English criminal law. James Fitzjames Stephen and the Criminal
Draft Code

8) Sylvain Soleil, Manega en Bessarabie, Bello au Chili and Boissonade au Japon. Three reformers of the
nineteenth century face the French legal model

9) Michele Natale, A short reflexion about the ritual code of 1913. Penal action,

Una  breve riflessione sul codice di rito del 1913. Criminal action, public prosecutor and investigating judge
between  mixed model and  accusatory suggestions

10) Andrea Padovani, The ms. Stockholm, Kungliga Biblioteket B682. A description

11) Paolo Alvazzi del Frate, The Charte of 4th June 1814: an introduction

12) Julien Boudon, The place reserved for the legal history and comparative law in French legal doctrine in
the twentieth century

13) Dario Di Cecca, For a research on French legal socialism

14) Nader Hakim, Private law and critical current: the weight of legal dogmatics

15) Vito Piergiovanni, A scientific path (about Mario Caravale, Scritti)

16) Giordano  Ferri, The notariat between ancient and modern  (about Maria  Luisa Lombardo, 11 notaio
romano  tra sovranita pontificia e autonomia comunale: secoli XIV-XVI

17)  Damigela  Hoxha,  Criminal codification in the XlXth century  (about  Bruno  Dubois, Tanguy  Le
Marc'Hadour,  Un code pour la nation. La codification du droit pinal au XIXe siecle)

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