9 Historia et ius [i] (2016)

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                                  HISTORIA  ET IUS - NUMBER  9

1)     In memory  of Severino Caprioli (by Giovanni Diurni)

2)     In memory  of Aldo Mazzacane (by Mario Caravale)

3)     Maria Rosa Di Simone, The legal status of the woman in the ABGB

4)     Federico Martino, Story of the man who wanted to swear in his own way. Civil law and freedom of
       conscience between  the Revolution and the Empire

5)     Giacomo   Pace Gravina, In Sicilia per poco non e data la stessa aria in enfiteusi: a juridical
       institution in the Leggi Civili of 1819 according to the interpretation of the islander jurists

6)     Antonio Cappuccio, speculative practices and resistances of the law: forward contracts on securities
       in France between the Ancien Regime and the codification

7)     Antonello Cincotta, The environment I'Antico e noi. Historical introduction to a study on the
       environmental criminal law.

8)     Daniele Edigati, A typical reform of the end of the Ancien Regime issued on the  eve of the
       annexation. Moreau  de Saint-Mery and the problem of the criminal justice in the Duchy of Parma.

9)     Alessia Legnani Annichini, The juridical discipline of the mediator between the iura propria and the
       ius commune:  the situation in Bologna (13th and 15th centuries)

10)    Claudia Passarella, The judicial torture in the Republic of Venice in the sixteenth and eighteenth
       centuries

11)    Federico Roggero, The history of the common lands of the city of L'Aquila

12)    Enrico Sandrini, The regulation of legal professions in the austro-estense Duchy.

13)    Adhemar  Esmein, The case-law and the doctrine (1902), introduction by Paolo Alvazzi del Frate

14)    Pierpaolo Bonacini: The gloss: a new digital resource for legal history

15)    Antonio Cammelli - Francesco Romani, Technologies for legal history: the references to the term
       mandato  within ancient and contemporary juridical documents

16)    Maria De Benedetto, The feature of the regulatory function: yesterday, today and tomorrow

17)    Simona  Feci, The criminal lawyers in the Pontifical State during the Baroque period. An ongoing
       research

18)    Maria Michela Greco, The Thirty-Six Commandments: the Irish Code of Honor

19)    Antonio Masi, The Treasure finding in the Gospel of Matthew

20)    Paolo Passaniti, Reflections on the historical meaning of the metayage. The Tuscan version of a
       specific contract

21)    Federico Sciarra, The marriage in the nineteenth century between the civil and ecclesiastical power

22)    Enrico Spangesi, Italy semenzaio di nazioni (Sismondi). About Lorenzo Tanzini, A Consiglio. La vita
       politica nell'Italia dei comuni, Bari, Laterza, 2014.

23)    Pilar Arregui Zamorano - Mercedes Galan Lorda, Ismael Sanchez and his contribute to legal history

24)    Pascual Marzal, Mariano Peset Reig: professor of legal history

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