Gli statuti di Banzi e Taranto nella "Magna Graecia" del I secolo a. C. - Wiener Studien zu Geschichte, Recht und Gesellschaft. Viennese Studies in History, Law and Society 5 (Hardback)Loredana Cappelletti (author)
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The Italian community of Banzi and the Greek colony of Tarentum, with their respective charters engraved on bronze in the first half of the 1st century BC, are the main subjects of this study. These local charters are the oldest of this kind discovered in Italy to date. They contain legal provisions relating to the administrative and judicial field of the two centres. The two leges have long been known about but, in this book, they are presented for the first time together, translated, annotated and analysed with regard to the specific historical and political context of the two communities. Moreover the research takes into account other recently discovered epigraphic evidence, which has improved the understanding of many aspects of the two charters and in some cases has led to different interpretations from those made to date.
The book is written in Italian.
Publisher: Peter Lang AG
Number of pages: 297
Weight: 640 g
Dimensions: 240 x 170 mm
Edition: New edition
(Michael H. Crawford, Athenaeum 104/2 2016)
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