READINGS ON THE PERIPHERY OF ROMAN LAW



Aston, W.D., "Problems of Roman Criminal Law," Journal of the Society of Comparative Legislation, New Ser., Vol. 13, No. 2. (1913), pp. 213-231.

Aubert, Jean-Jacques, "Double Standard in Roman Criminal Law? Death Penalty and Social Structure in Late Republican and Early Imperial Rome," in J.-J. Aubert and A.J.B. Sirks, eds., Speculum Iuris: Roman Law as a Reflection of Economic and Social Life (Ann Arbour 2002) 94-133.

Arjava, Antti, "Paternal Power in Late Antiquity," Journal of Roman Studies, Vol. 88. (1998), pp. 147-165.

Baade, Hans W., "Roman Law in the Water, Mineral and Public Land Law of the Southwestern United States," 40 The American Journal of Comparative Law (1992) 865-877.

Barnes, T.D., "Legislation Against the Christians," 58 Journal of Roman Studies (1968). [Latin required]

Bierkan, Andrew T., et al., "Marriage in Roman Law", The Yale Law Journal, Vol. 16, No. 5. (Mar., 1907) 303-327.

Birks, Peter, "The Roman law concept of Dominium and the idea of absolute ownership," Acta Juridica (1985) 1ff.

Bogen, David S., "Ignoring History: The Liability of Ships' Masters, Innkeepers and Stablekeepers under Roman Law," The American Journal of Legal History, Vol. 36, No. 3. (Jul., 1992), pp. 326-360

Bouvrie, S. des, "Augustus Legislation on Morals: Which Morals and What Aims?," Symbolae Osloenses 59 (1984) 93-113.

Bradley, Keith, "Law, Magic, and Culture in the "Apologia" of Apuleius," Phoenix, Vol. 51, No. 2. (Summer, 1997), pp. 203-223.

Brunt, P.A., "Libertas in the Republic," in The Fall of the Roman Republic (1988) 281-350.

Bryson, W. Hamilton, "The Use of Roman Law in Virginia Court," American Journal of Legal History, Vol. 28, No. 2 (1984) 135-146.

Buckland, W.W., "Ritual Acts and Words in Roman Law," Festschrift Paul Koschaker 16 (1939).

Burriss, Eli Edward, "The Nature of Taboo and Its Survival in Roman Life," Classical Philology, Vol. 24, No. 2. (Apr., 1929), pp. 142-163.

Bush, George M. "The Primitive Character and Origin of the Bonorum Possessio," Michigan Law Review, Vol. 25, No. 5. (Mar., 1927), pp. 508-522.

Champlin, Edward, "Creditur Vulgo Testamenta Hominum Speculum Esse Morum: Why the Romans Made Wills," Classical Philology, Vol. 84, No. 3. (Jul., 1989), pp. 198-21

Cherry, D., "The Minician Law: Marriage and the Roman Citizenship," Phoenix 44 (1990) 244-66.

Chilton, C.W., "The Roman law of treason under the Early Principate," (1955) 45 Journal of Roman Studies 73-81. [Latin required]

Clark, Gillian, "Roman Women," Greece & Rome, 2nd Ser., Vol. 28, No. 2, Jubilee Year. (Oct., 1981), pp. 193-212.

Cook, J.A., "Advocacy in the traditional material," in Legal Advocacy in the Roman World (1995) 119-151.

Cotton, Hannah, "The Guardianship of Jesus Son of Babatha: Roman and Local Law in the Province of Arabia," Journal of Roman Studies, Vol. 83. (1993), pp. 94-108.

Crake, J. E. A.. "Early Christians and Roman Law," Phoenix, Vol. 19, No. 1. (Spring, 1965), pp. 61-70.

Crook, J.A., "Patria Potestas," (1967) Classical Quarterly 113-122.

Daube, David, "Finium Demonstratio," The Journal of Roman Studies, Vol. 47, No. 1/2. (1957), pp. 39-52.

Daube, David, "The Peregrine Praetor," Journal of Roman Studies (1951), 66-70.

Daube, David, "Two Early Patterns of Manumission," The Journal of Roman Studies, Vol. 36 (1946), pp. 57-75.

Dixon, Suzanne, "Polybius on Roman Women and Property," American Journal of Philology, Vol. 106, No. 2 (1985) 147-170).

Eder, W., "The Political Significance of the Codification of Law in archaic Societies: an Unconventional Hypothesis," in Social Struggles in Archaic Rome (1986) 262-300.

Evans Grubbs, J., "'Marriage More Shameful Than Adultery': Slave-Mistress Relationships, 'Mixed Marriages,' and Late Roman Law," Phoenix 47.2 (1993) 125ff.

Evans Grubbs, J., "Abduction Marriage in Antiquity: A Law of Constantine (CTh IX. 24. I) and Its Social Context," 79 Journal of Roman Studies 59-83 (1989)

Ferguson, M. Carr, "A Day in Court in Justinian's Rome: Some Problems of Evidence, Proof, and Justice in Roman Law," Iowa Law Review 46 (1961) 732.

Flemming, Rebecca,"Quae Corpore Quaestum Facit: The Sexual Economy of Female Prostitution in the Roman Empire," Journal of Roman Studies, Vol. 89. (1999), pp. 38-61.

Fowler, W. Warde, "Confarreatio: A Study of Patrician Usage," Journal of Roman Studies, Vol. 6. (1916), pp. 185-195.

Frank, Tenney, "Some Economic Aspects of Rome's Early Law," Proceedings of the American Philosophical Society, Vol. 70, No. 2. (1931), pp. 193-205.

Frederikson, M.W., "Caesar, Cicero and the Problem of Debt," The Journal of Roman Studies, Vol. 56, Parts 1 and 2. (1966), pp. 128-141.

Galinsky, G. K., "Augustus' Legislation on Morals and Marriage," Philologus 125 (1981) 126-144.

Gardner, Jane F., Women in Roman Law and Society (1986):
     "The Guardianship of Women," 5-29.
     "Marriage" & "Some Effects of Marriage," 31-80.
      "Divorce" & "Dowry," 81-116.
      "Sexual Offences," 117-136.
      "Children," 137-161.
      "Inheritance and Bequest," 163-203.
      "Slaves and Freedwomen," 205-231.
      "Women at Work" & "The Emancipation of Women," 233-266.

Gardner, Jane F., "The Adoption of Roman Freedmen," Phoenix, Vol. 43, No. 3. (Autumn, 1989), pp. 236-257.

Gardner, Jane F., "The Recovery of Dowry in Roman Law," The Classical Quarterly, New Series, Vol. 35, No. 2. (1985), pp. 449-453.

Garlan, Yvon, "The Legal Aspects of Ancient War,” in War in the Ancient World (New York 1975) 23-77.

Garnsey, Peter and Woolf, Greg, "Patronage of the rural poor in the Roman world," in Patronage in Ancient Society (1989) 153-170.

Garnsey, Peter, "Legal Privilege in the Roman Empire," in Studies in Ancient Society (1968) 141-165.

Garnsey, Peter, "The Criminal Jurisdiction of Governors," Journal of Roman Studies 58 (1968) 51-59.

Garnsey, Peter, "The Lex Iulia and Appeal under the Empire," Journal of Roman Studies 56 (1966) 167-189. [Latin required:

Gruen, Erich S., "The Exercise of Power in the Roman Republic," in City-States in Classical Antiquity and Medieval Italy (1991) 251-267.

Gruen, Erich S., "The Bacchanalian Affair," in Studies in Greek Culture and Roman Policy (1990) 34-78.

Hanson, Ann E. , "The Roman Family," in Life, Death and Entertainment in the Roman Empire (1999) 19-66.

Harris, W.V., "Child-Exposure in the Roman Empire," Journal of Roman Studies (1994) 1-22.

Helmholz, R.H., "The Roman Law of Blackmail," The Journal of Legal Studies, Vol. 30, No. 1. (Jan., 2001), pp. 33-52.

Henderson, M.I., "The Process 'de repetundis'," Journal of Roman Studies 41 (1951) 71-88.

Hopkins, Keith, "Novel Evidence for Roman Slavery," Past and Present No. 138. (1993), pp. 3-27.

Hopkins, Keith, "Death in Rome," in Death and Renewal (1983) 201-256.

Hopkins, Keith, "Brother-Sister Marriage in Roman Egypt," Comparative Studies in Society and History, Vol. 22, No. 3. (Jul., 1980), pp. 303-354.

Jones, A.H.M., "Justice," in The Late Roman Empire, 284-602 (1964) 470-522.

Jones, A.H.M., "The Roman Colonate," in Studies in Ancient Society (1968) 288-303.

Jones, H. Stuart, "A Roman Law Concerning Piracy," The Journal of Roman Studies, Vol. 16. (1926) 155-173. [Latin required]

Johnston, David, "Munificence and Municipia: Bequests to Towns in Classical Roman Law," Journal of Roman Studies, Vol. 75. (1985), pp. 105-125

Johnston, William R., "Emphyteusis: A Roman "Perpetual" Tenure," The University of Toronto Law Journal, Vol. 3, No. 2. (1940), pp. 323-347.

Kelly, J.M., "Improper Influences in Roman Litigation," in Roman Litigation (1966) 31-68.

Kocourek, Albert, "The Formula Procedure of Roman Law, " Virginia Law Review, Vol. 8, No. 5. (Mar., 1922) 337-353.

Lassen, E. M., "The Ultimate Crime, Parricidium and the Concept of Family in the Late Roman Repubilc and Early Emprie," Classica et Mediaevalia 43 (1992) 147-161.

Levy, Ernst, "Captivus Redemptus," Classical Philology, Vol. 38, No. 3. (Jul., 1943), pp. 159-176.

Levy, J. Ph., "La torture dans le droit romain de la preuve," Collatio Iuris Romani (1995) 241-255.

MacCormack, Geoffrey, "Anthropology and Early Roman Law," Irish Jurist 173 (1979).

Macdonell, John, "Occupation and "Res Nullius," Journal of the Society of Comparative Legislation, New Ser., Vol. 1, No. 2. (Jul., 1899), pp. 276-286.

MacMullen, Ramsay, "Judicial Savagery in the Roman Empire," in Changes in the Roman Empire (1990) 204-224.

Marshall, Anthony J., "Roman Ladies on Trial: The Case of Maesia of Sentinum," Phoenix, Vol. 44, No. 1. (Spring, 1990), pp. 46-59

Marshall, Anthony J., "The Case of Valeria: An Inheritance-Dispute in Roman Asia," The Classical Quarterly, New Series, Vol. 25, No. 1. (May, 1975), pp. 82-87.

Martin, Susan D., "Imperitia: The Responsibility of Skilled Workers in Classical Roman Law," 122 American Journal of Philology (2001) 107-129.

Martin, Susan D., "Servum Meum Mulionem Conduxisti: Mules, Muleteers and Transportation in Classical Roman Law," Transactions of the American Philological Association Vol. 120. (1990), pp. 301-314.

Martin, Susan D., "The Case of the Collapsing Watercourse: Builders' Responsibility for Damage in Classical Roman Law," Law and History Review, Vol. 4, No. 2. (Autumn, 1986), pp. 423-437.

McGinn, Thomas A. J., "Concubinage and the Lex Iulia on Adultery," Transactions of the American Philological Association Vol. 121. (1991), pp. 335-375.

Metzger, Ernest, "Roman Judges, Case Law, and Principles of Procedure," Law and History Review Vol. 22 (2004) 1-39.

Mirkovic, Miroslava, "The Later Roman Colonate and Freedom," Transactions of the American Philosophical Society, New Ser., Vol. 87, No. 2. (1997), pp. i-viii + 1-144.

Müller, Wolfgang P., "The Recovery of Justinian's Digest in the Middle Ages," BMCL 20 (1990) 1-29.

Packman, Z., "Undesirable Company: The Categorisation of Women in Roman Law," Scholia 3 (1994) 94-106.

Pharr, Clyde, "The Interdiction of Magic in Roman Law," Transactions and Proceedings of the American Philological Association, 63. (1932) 269-295.

Phillips, E. J., "The Roman Law on the Demolition of Buildings," Latomus 32 (1973) 86-95. [Latin required]

Phillipson, Donald E., "Development of the Roman Law of Debt Security," Stanford Law Review, Vol. 20, No. 6. (Jun., 1968), pp. 1230-1248.

Pringsheim, Fritz, "The Legal Policy and Reforms of Hadrian," The Journal of Roman Studies, Vol. 24 (1934), pp. 141-153.

Radin, Max, "The Roman Law of Quasi-Contract," Virginia Law Review, Vol. 23, No. 3. (Jan., 1937) 241-258.

Radin, Max, "Fraudulent Conveyances at Roman Law," Virginia Law Review, Vol. 18, No. 2. (Dec., 1931), pp. 109-130.

Radin, Max, "Secare Partis: The Early Roman Law of Execution against a Debtor," American Journal of Philology, Vol. 43, No. 1. (1922), pp. 32-48.

Rawson, Beryl, "Roman Concubinage and Other De Facto Marriages," Transactions of the American Philological Association Vol. 104. (1974), pp. 279-305.

Richardson, J. S., "The Purpose of the Lex Calpurnia de Repetundis," The Journal of Roman Studies, Vol. 77. (1987), pp. 1-12.

Rodgers, A., "The Lex Irnitana and the Procedure in the Civil Courts," Journal of Roman Studies 81 (1991) 74-90.

Rosenstein, Nathan, "Sorting out the Lot in Republican Rome," American Journal of Philology, Vol. 116, No. 1. (Spring, 1995), pp. 43-75.

Ruggini, Lellia Cracco, "Intolerance: Equal and Less Equal in the Roman World," Classical Philology, Vol. 82, No. 3. (Jul., 1987), pp. 187-205.

Saller, Richard P., "Pater Familias, Mater Familias, and the Gendered Semantics of the Roman Household," Classical Philology, Vol. 94, No. 2. (Apr., 1999), pp. 182-197.

Saller, Richard P., "Men's Age at Marriage and Its Consequences in the Roman Family," Classical Philology, Vol. 82, No. 1. (Jan., 1987), pp. 21-34.

Saller, Richard P., "Roman Dowry and the Devolution of Property in the Principate," The Classical Quarterly, New Series, Vol. 34, No. 1. (1984), pp. 195-205.

Schiller, A. Arthur, "Custom in Classical Roman Law," Virginia Law Review, Vol. 24, No. 3. (Jan., 1938) 268-282.

Schiller, A. Arthur, "Trade Secrets and the Roman Law; The Actio Servi Corrupti," Columbia Law Review, Vol. 30, No. 6. (Jun., 1930), pp. 837-845.

Shaw, Brent D. "The Age of Roman Girls at Marriage: Some Reconsiderations," Journal of Roman Studies, Vol. 77. (1987), pp. 30-46.

Shaw, Brent D. "The Family in Late Antiquity: The Experience of Augustine," Past and Present, No. 115. (May, 1987), pp. 3-51.

Sherman, Charles P., "The Debt of the Modern Law of Guardianship to Roman Law," 12 Michigan Law Revew (1913) 124-131.

Smith, Munroe, "Problems of Roman Legal History," Columbia Law Review, Vol. 4, No. 8. (Dec., 1904), pp. 523-540.

Smith, R.E., "The Law of Libel at Rome," The Classical Quarterly, New Series, Vol. 1, No. 3/4. (Jul. - Oct., 1951), pp. 169-179. [Latin required]

Staveley, E.S., "The Significance of the Consular Tribunate," Journal of Roman Studies 43 (1953) 30-36.

de Ste Croix, G.E.M., "Why Were the Early Christians Persecuted?" Studies in Ancient Society (1963) 210-249.

Stein, Peter, "Interpretation and Legal Reasoning in Roman Law," Chicago-Kent Law Review 70 (1995) 1539.

Summers, Richard G., "Roman Justice and Apuleius' Metamorphoses," Transactions and Proceedings of the American Philological Association, Vol. 101. (1970), pp. 511-531.

Thomas, J.A.C., "The Development of Roman Criminal Law," The Law Quarterly Review 79 (1963) 224-237.

Wallace-Hadrill, Andrew "Patronage in Roman society: from Republic to Empire," in Patronage in Ancient Society (1989) 63-87.

Watson, Alan, Roman Private Law around 200 B.C. (1971):
     "The Sources of Law," 5-13 (and one of the following chapters).
     "Husband and Wife," 14-27.
     "Parent and Child," 28-34.
     "Guardianship," 35-42.
     "Slavery and its Concomitants" 43-57.
     "Acquisition of Ownership," 58-74.
     "Neighbours' Rights and Duties," 75-83.
     "Inheritances," 93-116.
     "Delicts," 145-160.

Watson, Alan, "The Development of Law in Classical and Early Medieval Europe: Interpretation and Legal Reasoning in Roman Law," 70 Chicago-Kent Law Review 1343 (1995).

Watson, Alan, "Seventeenth-Century Jurists, Roman Law, and the Law of Slavery," 68 Chicago-Kent Law Review 1343 (1993).

Watson, Alan, "Roman law and English Law: Two patterns of legal development," Loyola Law Review 36 (1990) 247ff.

Watson, Alan, "The Evolution of Law: The Roman System of Contracts," Law and History Review, Vol. 2, No. 1. (Spring, 1984), pp. 1-20.

Watson, Alan, "Roman Slave Law and Romanist Ideology," Phoenix, Vol. 37, No. 1. (Spring, 1983), pp. 53-65.

Watson, Alan, "The Development of the Praetor's Edict," Journal of Roman Studies, Vol. 60. (1970), pp. 105-119.

Watson, G.R., "Conditions of Service," in The Roman Soldier (1969) 75-126.

Weaver, P. R. C., "Social Mobility in the Early Roman Empire: The Evidence of the Imperial Freedmen and Slaves," Past and Present, No. 37. (Jul., 1967), pp. 3-20.

Wiedemann, Thomas, "The Fetiales: A Reconsideration," The Classical Quarterly, New Series, Vol. 36, No. 2. (1986), pp. 478-490.

Williams, Gordon, "Some Aspects of Roman Marriage Ceremonies and Ideals," Journal of Roman Studies, Vol. 48, No. 1/2. (1958), pp. 16-29.

Williamson, Callie, "The Roman Aristocracy and Positive Law," Classical Philology, Vol. 85, No. 4. (Oct., 1990), pp. 266-276.

Wiseman, T.P., "The Census in the First Century B.C.," Journal of Roman Studies 59 (1969) 59-75.

Zlinszky, Janos, "La répression criminelle dans la Rome archaïque: aspects judiciaires," Revue internationale des croits de l'antiquité 37 (1954) 463-475.

Zulueta, F. de, "Violation of Sepulture in Palestine at the Beginning of the Christian Era," The Journal of Roman Studies, Vol. 22, Part 2. (1932), pp. 184-197.


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