Antologia del Digesto di Giustiniano. Testi tradotti e annotati ad uso degli studenti da Francesca Scotti

Translated title of the contribution: [Autom. eng. transl.] Anthology of Justinian's Digest. Texts translated and annotated for use by students by Francesca Scotti

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Abstract

[Autom. eng. transl.] The work contains a selection of eighty-five fragments taken from Giustiniano's Digest, whose typology looks like this: there are a complete title (the first in the ninth book Si quadrupes pauperiem fecisse dicatur), extensive excerpts from commentaries to the edict, fragments of commentaries in Quinto Mucio and in Sabino, cases and questions taken from digesta and case studies (disputationes, responsa, quaestiones), passages coming from monographs, etc. Each fragment, reproduced in the original from the Mommsen edition, is accompanied by an Italian translation and a comment that aims to make the original intelligible and often justifies the interpretative choices summarized in the translation. The essential bibliography concerning the individual institutes treated in the fragments is cited in the comments. The work is enriched by some examples of procedural formulas, an alphabetical list of jurists with succinct biographical notes, chronologies and an analytical index of the subjects.
Translated title of the contribution[Autom. eng. transl.] Anthology of Justinian's Digest. Texts translated and annotated for use by students by Francesca Scotti
Original languageItalian
PublisherISU - Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore
Number of pages229
ISBN (Print)88-8311-356-X
Publication statusPublished - 2005

Keywords

  • azione
  • codicilli
  • comodato
  • compravendita
  • deposito
  • diritto civile
  • diritto delle genti
  • diritto onorario
  • eredità
  • fiducia
  • legato
  • mandato
  • schiavo
  • servitù
  • società
  • testamento

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