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By Dennis P. Kehoe,Thomas McGinn
Essays conceal subject matters equivalent to utilizing collective sanctions to implement criminal norms; the Greek elite’s marriage recommendations for gathering monetary assets crucial for a public occupation; defenses opposed to homicide fees lower than Athenian legal legislation, rather in circumstances the place the sufferer positioned his personal lifestyles in danger; the interaction among Roman legislations and provincial associations in regulating water rights; the Severan-age Greek writer Aelian’s notions of justice and their effect on late-classical Roman jurisprudence; Roman jurists’ method of the agreement of mandate in balancing the altering wishes of society opposed to recognize for upper-class techniques of responsibility and reciprocity; no matter if the Roman felony specialists constructed the legislation solely to serve the Roman elite’s pursuits or to fulfill the wishes of the Roman Empire’s broader inhabitants to boot; and an research of the Senatus Consultum Claudianum within the Code of Justinian demonstrating how the past due Roman govt tailored classical legislations to deal with marriage among unfastened men and women labeled as coloni guaranteed to their land.
In addition to quantity editors Dennis P. Kehoe and Thomas A. J. McGinn, members comprise Adriaan Lanni, Michael Leese, David Phillips, Cynthia Bannon, Lauren Caldwell, Charles Pazdernik, and Clifford Ando.
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