Barbari e diritto nell'Occidente postcostantiniano

Fascione, Lorenzo (2010) Barbari e diritto nell'Occidente postcostantiniano. In: RAVENNA CAPITALE Società, diritto e istituzioni nei papiri ravennati (V-VIII secolo), 14-15 maggio 2010, Ravenna.
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Abstract

Il tardoantico occidentale è caratterizzato dall’accoglienza e dallo stanziamento di popolazioni originarie d’oltre confine, che vengono assimilate nella massa dei sudditi, o che rimangono autonome sotto la guida dei loro re. Queste recepiscono il diritto romano secondo la disciplina stabilita dal Codice Teodosiano che, pur iniziando ad affermare la supremazia del diritto imperiale, manifesta ancora la indispensabilità del diritto giurisprudenziale, secondo la più genuina tradizione occidentale. Western Late Antiquity is characterized by the process of reception and the settling of populations coming from abroad, who are either assimilated with the crowd of subjects, or re-maining autonomous under the guide of their king. However these populations adopt Roman Law following the discipline established by the Theodosian Code, which although starting to assert the supremacy of the imperial right, still declares the indispensability of jurisprudential principles, according to the most genuine western tradition.

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Fascione, Lorenzo
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Tardoantico; Occidente; Barbari; Codice Teodosiano; Legge delle citazioni
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