7 Historia et ius [i] (2015)

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HISTORIA ET IUS - NUMBER 7


1) Luigi Capogrossi Colognesi and Antonio Masi, Memory of Edoardo Volterra

2) Marco Urbano Sperandio, Costantino universal bishop

3) Paolo Angelini, Annotations on the Greek archetype of the Rotary edict

4) Angela Santangelo Cordani, The Santo Officio way of proceeding against witches. Eliseo Masini's Holy
Arsenal and the dawn of downfall of witch hunt

5) Andreas Rahmatian, The Influence of Lord Kames (Henry Home) on some of the Founders of the United
States

6) Ulrike Mussig, The natural judge before the French Revolution: estate opposition against commissionary
justice of the crown

7) Benjamfn M. Rodriguez, The consulate in Buenos Aires and the ancient Regime normative orders (1794-
1821): religion, morality and law

8) Federico Sciarra, The Tribunaux defamille during the revolution; an experience of compulsory arbitration

9) Alberto Torini, The beginning of abolitionist campaign: the journal for abolition of the death penalty
and the late nineteenth century criminal reform debate

10) Giordano Ferri, Collective property and civic use in twentieth century historical-legal perspective. An
appendix to Carlo Calisse's speech - Senate of Kingdom, 18 May 1927

11) Vida Azimi, Stendhal: candidate for a prefecture

12) Sonia Abis, The furor melancholicus in modern legal culture. Comments and research hypothesis

13) Rosamaria Alibrandi, When form is substance. The ceremonies in Spanish Sicily. (about Loris De Nardi,
Oltre il cerimoniale dei vicer6. Le dinamiche istituzionali nela Sicilia barocca, Padova, Libreriauniversitaria.it
Edizioni, 2014)

14) Francesco D'Urso, The conflict as iudicium in Francesco Su~rez's de bello doctrine. (about Francisco
Sudrez, Sulla guerra. Testo originale a fronte a cura e con un saggio di Aldo Andrea Cassi, Macerata 2014)

15) Elisabetta Fiocchi Malaspina, Global challenges for law history: perspectives and new horizons (about
Thomas Duve (ed.), Entanglements in Legal History: Conceptual Approaches, Global Perspectives on Legal
History 1, Max Planck Institute for European Legal History, Open Access Publication, Frankfurt am Main
2014)

16) Marvin Messinetti, Taranto and citizens' privileges between middle ages and modern age (about
Roberto Caprara, Francesco Nocco, Michele Pepe e Ornel/a Valeria Sapio, Libro Rosso di Taranto. Codice
Architiano (1330-1604), vol. n. XXXVIII della Colana Codice Diplomatico Pugliese Bari, Societ& di Storia
Patria per /a Puglia, 2014)

17) Luigi Trisolino, On constitutionalism from its dawn to the boarders of the so-called new-
constitutionalism (about Salvatore Prisco, Costituzione, diritti umani, forma di governo. Frammenti di un
itinerario di studio tra storia e prospettive, Torino, Giappichelli, 2014)

18) Dario Di Cecca, The good death (about Marco Cavina, Andarsene al momento giusto. Culture
dell'eutanasia nella storia europea, Bologna, II Mulino, 2015)

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