4 edition of Studies in Roman law in memory of A. Arthur Schiller found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||edited by Roger S. Bagnall and William V. Harris.|
|Series||Columbia studies in the classical tradition ;, v. 13|
|Contributions||Schiller, A. Arthur, 1902-, Bagnall, Roger S., Harris, William V.|
|LC Classifications||KJA147 .S78 1986|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xviii, 168 p.,  leaf of plates :|
|Number of Pages||168|
|LC Control Number||86206515|
Frier, Tenant remedies for unsuitable conditions arising after entry: A Roman law per-spective on modern American common law in R.S. Bagnall and W.V. Harris (eds.), Studies in Roman law in memory of A. Arthur Schiller (Leiden ) ; B.W. Frier, Law, economics and disasters down on the farm: “Remissio mercedis” revisited, The Roman law chapters explore both law and legal institutions and emphasize the growth and expansion of legal principles. Roman law still serves as the foundation for the civil laws of many nations today. And given the importance of globalization, Roman law is likely to continue to influence the modern word for the foreseeable future.
fortuna“, in: R. S. Bagnall / W. V. Harris (ed.), Studies in Roman law in memory of A. Arthur Schiller, Leiden , p. sqq. 16 See Agatina Stefania S CARCELLA, Una . AbstractThis paper seeks to challenge the long-standing interpretation of the ius vitae necisque as a formal legal right of Roman fathers. It offers a review and critique of the evidence upon which the claim of ancient origin is founded and highlights the consequent problems in comprehending late Republican and Imperial references to the killing of sons by : John Curran.
"Law as Katholikos," Studies in Roman Law in Memory of A. Arthur Schiller, edd. R. S. Bagnall and W. V. Harris (Leiden ) "Suffragium in Exodus Rabbah ," Classical Philology 81 () "Where Did Greeks of the Roman Period Practice Wrestling?" American Journal of . Lionel Casson, known to his friends as "Jimmy," spent most of his life at New York University, where he received his undergraduate and graduate education and the entirety of his professional career (), interrupted by service in the U.S. Navy as a lieutenant in the Department of Naval Intelligence during World War II, where he was a specialist in interrogation.
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Article Title. Book Review: Studies in Roman Law in Memory of A. Arthur Schiller, Leiden, E.J. Brill, By Roger S. Bagnall and William V. by: 7. Book Review: Studies in Roman Law in Memory of A.
Arthur Schiller, Leiden, E.J. Brill, By Roger S. Bagnall and William V. Harris. Leiden, Netherlands: E.J Author: Richard J. Cummins. African Studies American Studies Ancient Near East and Egypt Art History Asian Studies Book History and Cartography Biblical Studies Classical Studies Education Patronage and the Patrons of Canusium: A Case Study in Civic Patronage in Studies in Roman Law In Memory of A.
Arthur Schiller Editors Author: John Nicols. 3 Pomeroy, S. B., ‘Copronyms and the exposure of infants in Egypt’, in Studies in Roman Law in Memory of A. Arthur Schiller (), –62, Kudlien, F., ‘Kindes-aussetzung im antiken Roman: ein Thema zwischen Fiktionalität und Lebenswirklichkeit’, in Groningen Colloquia on the Ancient Novel II (), 25 – 44, Huys, A Cited by: (with Roger S.
Bagnall) Studies in Roman Law in Memory of A. Arthur Schiller (Columbia Studies in the Classical Tradition, vol. 13, Leiden) The Inscribed Economy: Production and Distribution in the Roman Empire in the light of instrumentum domesticum (Supplementary vol.6 of the Journal of Roman Archaeology, Ann Arbor).
"Tenant Remedies for Unsuitable Conditions Arising After Entry: A Roman Law Perspective on Modern American Common Law." In Studies in Roman Law in Memory of A. Arthur Schiller, edited by R. Bagnall and W. Harris, Leiden, The Netherlands: E. Brill, 1 ‘Contraception in the Roman empire’, Comparative Studies in Society and History 8 () – 2 ‘A textual emendation in a fragment of Musonius Rufus: a note on contraception’, Classical Quarterly 15 () 72– 3 ‘On the probable age structure of the Roman population’, Population Studies 20 (): – 4 ‘Graveyards for historians’, in F.
Hinard (ed.) La Cited by: 1. The Corpus Iuris Civilis, a distillation of the entire body of Roman law, was directed by the Emperor Justinian and published in a.d. The Institutes, the briefest of the four works that make up the Corpus, is considered to be the cradle of Roman law and remains the best and clearest introduction to the subject.
Charles Donahue, Jr., Ethical Standards for Advocates and Proctors of the Court of Ely () Revisited, in Studies in Canon Law and Common Law in Honor of R.H.
Helmholz (Troy L. Harris ed., The Robbins Collection ). Harvard University and Harvard Law School shifted to remote teaching and learning, as of Monday, March Book Review, 95 Cath.
Hist. Rev. Oxford and Queen’s County, N.Y., in Studies in Roman Law in Memory of A. Arthur Schiller 39 (Roger S. Bagnall & William V. Harris eds., ). Categories: Disciplinary Perspectives & Law.
infants in Egypt', in Studies in Roman Law in Memory of A. Arthur Schiller (I), I, F. Kudlien, 'Kindes-aussetzung im antiken Roman: ein Thema zwischen Fiktionalitdt und Lebenswirklichkeit', in Groningen Col-loquia on the Ancient Novel ii (I),A. Huys, 'NxOeoLg and tno'eOL:the terminology of infant exposure.
An Outline of Civil Procedure in Roman Law Article PDF Available. Buckland, A Text-Book of Roman Law, 3rd ed Senatorial Jurisdiction in the Early Principate,” in Studies in Roman Author: Ernest Metzger.
Book Reviews. PDF. Book Review: Contract Law in the USSR and the United States: History and General Concept. Washington: International Law Institute in cooperation with Parker School of Foreign and Comparative Law, Columbia University School of Law, Studies in Roman Law in Memory of A.
Arthur Schiller, Leiden, E.J. Brill, By. ATenant Remedies for Unsuitable Conditions Arising after Entry: A Roman Law Perspective on Modern American Common Law,@ in Studies in Roman Law in Memory of A.
Arthur Schiller (ed. R.S. Bagnall and W.V. Harris, ) APrototypical Causation in Roman Law,@ Loyola Law Review (New Orleans), 34 () Countless books detail the development of Roman law and explain the laws of the ancient Romans. Similarly, many scholars have traced the law of ancient Athens.
Written for both students and educated lay readers, the chapters dealing with ancient Greece focus primarily on the law of ancient Athens in the 5th and 4th centuries B.C.E. (Editor, with William V.
Harris) Studies in Roman Law in Memory of A. Arthur Schiller, E.J. Brill (Leiden, Netherlands), Consuls of the Later Roman Empire, Scholars Press (Atlanta, GA), (Editor, with Timothy T. Renner and Klaas A. Worp) Columbia Papyri VIII, Scholars Press (Atlanta, GA), Bagnall, Roger S.
Overview. Works: Studies in Roman law in memory of A. Arthur Schiller (Book) 13 editions published Bagnall, Roger Shaler Roger S. Bagnall Amerikaans n/a. Roger S. Bagnall historiador estadounidense. 2. Arthur Schiller, An American Experience in Roman Law, in Michigan Law Review, 71 () – 1.
John Honnold, The Life of the Law, in Columbia Law Review, 67 () – Forthcoming. 4.For a complete overview of the sources, see G. Crifò, "Sul caso di C. Ostilio Mancino," in Studies in Roman Law in Memory of A. Arthur Schiller, eds.
R. Bagnall and W.V. Harris (Leiden, ), p.References Asheri, D. (), “Supplementi coloniari e condizione giuridica della terra nel mondo greco,” Rivista storica dell’antichità 1: 77– Ashmole, B. and Yalouri, N. (), Sculptures of the Temple of Zeus.