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Sébastien Garnier

’Est et l’Ouest aboutit, selon Bernard Stolte (p. 73 sq ), à reconnaître les juristes de Bologne comme les vrais enfants de la loi romaine, le ius commune s’étant développé dans des cités indépendantes, c’est-à-dire en-dehors du giron d’un État bureaucratique. Et de distinguer les héritiers [de la nue

Emily Tai

theory that shaped the body of Europe’s ius commune . 5 3 Note McGovern, 235-253. 4 Bartolomeo Bosco, Consilia (Lodani, 1620). References to Bartolomeo Bosco may be found in the two chief narrative sources for Genoese history during the fourteenth and fi fteenth centuries, Georgii et Iohannis Stellae

David Freidenreich

Kanonessammlungen und den Quellen des gratianischen Dekrets,” Ius commune , 11 (1984): 1-29; Landau, “Gratians Arbeitsplan,” in Iuri canonico promovendo: Festschrift für Heribert Schmitz zum 65. Geburtstag , ed. Winfried Aymans and Karl-Th eodor Geringer (Regensburg: Pustet, 1994), 691-707; and Winroth, Th e Making

David M. Freidenreich

Kanonessammlungen und den Quellen des gratianischen Dekrets,” Ius commune , 11 (1984): 1-29; Landau, “Gratians Arbeitsplan,” in Iuri canonico promovendo: Festschrift für Heribert Schmitz zum 65. Geburtstag , ed. Winfried Aymans and Karl-Th eodor Geringer (Regensburg: Pustet, 1994), 691-707; and Winroth, Th e Making

Thomas W. Barton

they installed a new Muslim exaricus , this source suggests that Aragonese society at that time did recognize a distinction between inher- ited (old) and created (new) exaricus tenures, but linked it to different sion of this novel, centralizing mixture of Romanized canon law (the ius commune ) and